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Program does not run

Program does not run

Program does not run

So for the last month I've making a program, simulator type. I defined modules, that I used to make the simulator. I've compiled, and it has no errors. But, when I click on Run as > Fortran it doest not run. It just stop, and says <terminated>, and the console is crystal clear. Can someone please help me? I have to submit my program in 2 days, and I need to test it first.

RE: Program does not run

Which compiler/operating system are you using? How exactly are you running it: do you pop up the file explorer, click on the program or what? Have you tried running it from a console to see what it prints out.

Add a print statement in the main program: does the statement appear or is it moaning that some library is missing.

RE: Program does not run

If it has no writes to the screen it will not show anything. Does it put its results into a table. If it does, have you looked at the output file?

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