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help me please...... thanks for your time

help me please...... thanks for your time

help me please...... thanks for your time

Hello Guys i need you
i work with Fortran 90 and i execute my codes with the MSDos "invite commands"
for that i use this code for exemple:
fl32 loop_do.f
MY BIG PROBLEM is my systeme does not recognise the "FL32"
i don't know how to fix it and if anyone knows how to solve this issue... Please help me
THANK YOU guys for your help .... have a nice day

RE: help me please...... thanks for your time

Never heard of fl32 before, but like any other program, you need to refer to the installation instructions. If the installation process did not setup the PATH environment variable to include the directory where fl32 was installed, then, you need to do that yourself, manually.

So, read up on how to setup PATH.

RE: help me please...... thanks for your time

FL (=Fortran & Link) was a command for compiling & linking from an old Microsoft Fortran Compiler ver 5.x for DOS and Windows, which I was using back in 1990's.
FL32 is probably the newer 32-bit version.

RE: help me please...... thanks for your time

thank you Mr Salgerman and Mr Mikrom, i eventualy got the solution from an friend and you're absolotly right Mr Solgerman, it was something rong woith the path environnement variables which i had to add MSDEV to the path for that i compile again...
i preciate that a lot so if you anything i'm always here for you... thanks again

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