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How to use DFPORT

How to use DFPORT

How to use DFPORT

Hi guys!
I would like to know how to use DFPORT,but I don't know how to use it.
Please write it with an example.

Thank you in advance

RE: How to use DFPORT

DFPORT has lots of functions - is there any particular one you wish to use? It has Bessel functions, date/time routines, file access, processes, sorting etc.

Also worth searching for PORTLIB if you have powerstation 4, or IFPORT on the later Intel compilers.

RE: How to use DFPORT

Example - sleep for 10 seconds


program main
    use dfport

    implicit none

    print *, 'Sleeping for 10 seconds'
    call sleep(10)
    print *, 'Awake'

    end program main 
To link you need libF90.lib and libPEPCF90.lib. You really need to tell us what you want to do with it. Nobody is going to invent a program with calls to over 50 functions ranging from Bessel functions to sorting, incorporating all the functions in dfport.

RE: How to use DFPORT

I am trying to calculate the integral of sin(x) from 0 to pi, using Monte Carlo. I want to call ran() or some rotine of the Numerical Recipes such as ran0.f90, ran1.f90 and so on.

RE: How to use DFPORT

Thanks dude

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