(j3.2006) (SC22WG5.5329) J3/14-233 J3 Fortran interp letter ballot #31 - due 6-Oct-2014

Van Snyder van.snyder
Tue Sep 9 03:29:28 EDT 2014

On Tue, 2014-09-09 at 13:18 +0900, Malcolm Cohen wrote:
> Van Snyder claims:
> >The phrase "the same type with different
> >values of kind type parameters" is inadequate.  It ought to be "the same
> >type if corresponding kind type parameters have different values".
> It is not inadequate, and indeed might be thought superior to the overly (and 
> unnecessarily) complicated suggested replacement.
> (Noting that one cannot in any case associate variables of derived type with 
> different length type parameter values, let alone kind type parameter values, so 
> this is talking about intrinsic types.  No ambiguity or unclarity at all.)
> Maybe "same type with with different kind type parameter values" would be even 
> better.

I don't care which way it's stated, but it ought to be stated the same
way in both cases.

> Cheers,

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