(j3.2006) (SC22WG5.3591) Assumed-type and Assumed-rank extensions for C Interop TR.
Mon Jul 28 15:45:24 EDT 2008
Van Snyder wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-07-24 at 18:13 -0500, Bill Long wrote:
>> Attached is a draft of a proposal....
>> "R522a <assumed-rank-spec> <<is>> ::"
> During the specs-gathering period for Fortran 2008, I proposed a
> dimension specification [<lower-bound>]::1 that meant "assumed extent
> but contiguous" for the first K dimensions of a rank R array. If K==R
> it would have been the same as the CONTIGUOUS attribute. I still wish
> for this in places where I have 2X2 arrays along a path on which not
> every point is processed. I don't think the R522a proposal would
> conflict with this, but it bears pondering.
>> C2) An <assumed-type> variable shall not have the CODIMENSION,
>> EXTERNAL, INTRINSIC, or VALUE attribute.
>> Note: The ALLOCATABLE, ASYNCHRONOUS, DIMENSION, INTENT, OPTIONAL,
>> POINTER, TARGET, and VOLATILE attributes are allowed.
Added (twice). The remaining attributes (bind, parameter, protected,
and save) do not apply to dummy arguments.
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