(j3.2006) question about co-array definition and synchronization
Wed Jun 20 19:35:47 EDT 2007
Michael Ingrassia wrote:
>Consider the program
> INTEGER X[*]
> SYNC ALL
> X = 100
> SYNC ALL
>which is intended to conform to 07-007r2 syntax (but may not).
>Each image defines its local piece of co-array X, in segments that I believe
>are all unordered with respect to each other, i.e. can all be done in
The above sentence would be clearer if "local piece of" were deleted.
Each image has a co-array named X.
>Is this draft-standard-conformable?
>If so, how does it not fall afoul of the rule [07-007r2:212:4-5]
>>if a co-array is defined on an image in a segment in a segment, it shall
>>not be referenced, defined, or become undefined in a segment on another
>>image unless the segments are ordered.
The code is fine according to this rule. The co-array X defined on
image I is not defined, referenced, or undefined by any statement
executed on any other image.
The second SYNC ALL statement is not needed since END is an image
control statement and contains an implicit global synchronization.
Bill Long longb at cray.com
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