|Jun8-12, 03:50 AM||#1|
Fortran alternative to Matlab 'system' command
I have been trying to run a linux executable (written in fortran77) into my another code (also in fortran77). In Matlab, I did it with "system('./<filename>')". But I am not able to do it in fortran script as './' is not simply working for me.
I will really appreciate if anyone could tell me what alternative command I can use to execute an executable file into fortran code. A quick response will be extremely helpful and highly appreacited.
Thanks in advance.
|Jun9-12, 04:50 AM||#2|
|fortran 77, matlab 'system'|
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