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Library Power Station Fortran

Library Power Station Fortran

Library Power Station Fortran

Hello! I have a problem with the libray of Power Station Fortran.
I write this code:
program InverseMatrix
real, dimension (3,3) :: A, B
data A/2,2,7,3,3,3,6,5,9/
do i=1,3
write (*,*) A(i,:)
end do
CALL LINRG (3, A, 3, B, 3)
end program InverseMatrix
but Fortran give me this error:
"error FOR3722: INVERSEMATRIX found when main expected in END PROGRAM detected between PROGRAM and INVERSEMATRIX"

RE: Library Power Station Fortran

How did you name your file? Powerstation can only handle fortran 77 (.for extension) or fortran 90 (.f90 extension)

RE: Library Power Station Fortran

fortran 90

RE: Library Power Station Fortran

You have one too many "end", remove the one right below the call to sub LINRG

RE: Library Power Station Fortran

If i delete "END" fortran give me this two errors:
Text1.obj : error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _LINRG@20
Text1.exe : fatal error LNK1120: 1 unresolved externals

RE: Library Power Station Fortran

This is no longer a compilation error: it is a linkage error. That means the library containing LINRG is missing. Have a look at the documentation for the LINRG function and find out what the library is called, then add it to the linker input.

RE: Library Power Station Fortran

I resolved!!!

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