[J3] DIM arguments
malcolm at nag-j.co.jp
Wed Mar 6 19:04:19 EST 2019
In F2018, the DIM argument of ANY is not an optional dummy argument. There are two forms of ANY: one with no DIM argument, one with a non-OPTIONAL DIM argument.
Thus this follows the usual rules. Viz, in 126.96.36.199 Argument presence and restrictions on arguments not present, it says “An optional dummy argument that is not present is subject to the following restrictions… It shall not be supplied as an actual argument corresponding to a nonoptional dummy argument…”
Thus the code is valid, and the reference is to the second form of ANY, not the first. I repeat: the DIM argument of ANY is not OPTIONAL, it is just like a generic overload.
..............Malcolm Cohen, NAG Oxford/Tokyo.
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Subject: [J3] DIM arguments
For this example:
logical,intent(in) :: a(10,10)
integer,optional :: i
if (present(i)) then
print *, any(a,i)
print *, any(a)
F08 gave an error because there was a specific requirement in the (then) optional DIM argument:
""The corresponding actual argument shall not be an optional dummy argument.”
In F2018 we changed the DIM argument to be not optional. But we also deleted the restriction sentence. Was that intentional? It seems that (according to the logic in interp F08/0038) that we did not want to allow optional arguments to correspond to the DIM argument of the ANY function. But the restrictions on the use of optional arguments alone (absent the specific prohibition for the DIM argument of ANY) appear to make the above code conforming. Or maybe the prohibition is stated elsewhere for these DIM arguments, and I’m not seeing it.
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