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Pack and reshape array of zeros

Pack and reshape array of zeros

Pack and reshape array of zeros


I am trying to use the pack and reshape commands on an array equal to zero. For some reason the size intrinsic of each array changes in the process. I am doing the same for arrays not equal to zero and this problem does not exist. Here is the code that I currently have. Any thoughts would be appreciated.

xfinalIC(FAindIC, QindIC)= 0.0d0
x0p= pack(xfinalIC, xfinalIC == xfinalIC(FAindIC, QindIC))
x0pp= reshape(x0p, (/size(x0p), pnull/))

I suspect there is something going on with the specificity that the array is equal to zero...


RE: Pack and reshape array of zeros

It would be a lot more helpful if you provided a minimal yet complete program that show what you are doing, including type declarations and everything. On top of that, it would also be very helpful if you illustrated, say, with a 3x3 or 2x2 matrix what the initial state of things is, what you want as an outcome, and what you are actually getting.

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