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Finding corresponding value of a variable based on another

Finding corresponding value of a variable based on another

Finding corresponding value of a variable based on another

(OP)
Hi.
I am new to the FORTRAN Programming and trying to write a program.
in a table, there are two columns with values for two variables.
I could write a code to find max value of one of the variable but how do I find the corresponding value of the second variable where the valur of the first variable is max? Thanks for your help.

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hi xwb,


open(unit=9,file='sca1.out',status='old')
41 read(9,*,end=919)ri,vi,D1,H1

vmax=max(vi,vlast)
vlast=vmax
go to 41

I need value of ri at each Vmax. Thanks.

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