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Help: Multiple Fortran subroutine

Help: Multiple Fortran subroutine

Help: Multiple Fortran subroutine

I have a problem where I have a program where I have an initial input file, it will produce an output.
The problem is I have several input file where I currently run each input file independently.
If possible, I want the program to run each input file iteratively one after another in one go no matter how many input file I have.

RE: Help: Multiple Fortran subroutine

Write a shell script or in windows a batch file which selects all your files and calls your fortran program on each file.
Alternativelly, if you want to do it in Fortran, you can use the system() function/subroutine, redirect its output into a file, read that file and process it - like in the example here:

RE: Help: Multiple Fortran subroutine

Thank You, you have given me an idea on how to proceed. I will try first and see what happen. I will contact you again if I still have problem.

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