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Help to run the code

Help to run the code

Help to run the code

Hi everybody,

I am very new to Fortran, I have just studied it because my teacher ask me to run and modify the code written for his work a long time ago.

Firstly, I use Codeblocks to run the code (his original one) however, it keeps telling me the bellow error.

*** No main, WinMain or LibMain function
*** Compilation abandoned
Compilation failed.

I would really appreciate it if someone can help me to solve this issue.

RE: Help to run the code

Can you show us the code and tell us what you have called your file and which compiler you are using (eg xxx.f, xxx,fortran whatever). Codeblocks is just an IDE - it does not tell us which compiler it uses.

RE: Help to run the code

Hi, I change to run it using Silverfrost FTN95.

I call my file as radio.for. When I compile it (Ctrl+f7) it shows that "Compilation completed without errors"
However when I want to run it (Ctrl+F5) it shows "*** No main, WinMain or LibMain function*** Compilation abandoned
Compilation failed."

Here are the two pictures

RE: Help to run the code

You have just defined some subroutines. There is no program. You need a program module to call these subroutines.

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