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Writing to multiple devices

Writing to multiple devices

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Is it possible to write to stdout and multiple logical units with one write statement?

RE: Writing to multiple devices

No but you could create a subroutine to do it. That is what I normally do for writing to stdout, a test log and an output file.

RE: Writing to multiple devices

Some years ago, I needed to produce two output files, one in SI units and another in USCS...I made my calculations ahead of writing anything (do not want to calculate twice) and grouped all WRITE statements in a loop

SI output file unit 41
USCS outpuf file unit 42
conversion factor array (1) = 1.0
conversion factor array (2) = SI-to-USCS conversion factor for given quantity

CODE --> Fortran90

do i = 1, 2
    iout=40+i
    write(iout,*) 'Side length is: ', Lside*cf_m(i)
end do 

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