They're not crazy, if I want to print all row entries in a column, then:
REAL,DIMENSION(2,3) :: array
You can use the semi-colon as an implicit "all" when operating on arrays.
Yes. In C, two-dimensional arrays are simply one-dimensional arrayswhose element type is itself a one dimensional array. Since one-dimensional arrays are required to occupy contiguous storage, itfollows that the same must be true for an array of arrays.
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I don't think you want that first comma after the DO.
This character - : - is a colon. This one - ; - is a semicolon.
Right-o, as far as the comma, I occasionally get f90 and ANSYS APDL mixed up a bit. Also can't believe I called a, ':', a semi-colon. 1:11pm, perhaps, I was in a lunch daze.
Although it's possible for you to delete your own post, it's not a good idea to do so. Other people can possibly learn from your question.
but why you want to delete the post was it not relevant
may be it was
Separate names with a comma.