|Oct25-09, 07:36 AM||#1|
meaning for fortran statement
What is the meaning of the following Fortran statement
IF ( IP - I1 ) 180, 170, 180
|Oct25-09, 09:37 AM||#2|
This is an "arithmetic IF" statement.
If IP - I1 < 0, go to statement 180.
If IP - I1 = 0, go to statement 170.
If IP - I1 > 0, go to statement 180.
You must be reading very old code.
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