[J3] Submodule name the same as a local identifier: does that conform?

Robert Corbett rpcorbett at att.net
Wed Apr 13 05:20:37 UTC 2022

It is conformant.

The Fortran 2018 says that the global identifier associated with a submodule is the submodule identifier, and that the submodule name itself is not a local or global identifier (14.2.3p2).  Therefore, there cannot be a conflict between a local identifier and a submodule name.

Robert Corbett

> On Apr 12, 2022, at 7:18 PM, Vipul Parekh via J3 <j3 at mailman.j3-fortran.org> wrote:
> Consider the following:
> module m
>    interface
>       module subroutine sub()
>       end subroutine 
>    end interface 
> end module
> submodule(m) sub
> contains
>    module subroutine sub()
>       print *, "Hello World!"
>    end subroutine 
> end submodule 
> where the module subroutine has the same name as the submodule name.
> Does this conform to the standard?
> Thanks,
> Vipul Parekh
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