(j3.2006) Still illegal in F08?

Aleksandar Donev adonev
Tue Jan 5 17:13:45 EST 2010

On Tuesday 05 January 2010, Van Snyder wrote:
> it seems that this is still illegal in F2008 because A is optional
> and therefore not a restricted expression, and "present" doesn't
> return an integer result and therefore the "present(A)" argument of
> "merge" isn't a restricted expression.
As always, who knows what our intention really was. The code certainly 
looks very useful and trivial to compile so I propose we make the fixes 
to make it legal. Certainly if we already went through the work to 
enlarge the range of allowed specification expressions...

Aleksandar Donev, Ph.D.
Luis W. Alvarez Postdoctoral Fellow
Center for Computational Sciences and Engineering (https://ccse.lbl.gov)
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (http://www.lbl.gov)
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