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Fortran 90/95 stack fault problem

Fortran 90/95 stack fault problem

Fortran 90/95 stack fault problem


How this very simple program can cause error
"floating point stack fault"
It will work fine if I use internal function.

program AddFunc
 integer :: n1=23, n2=46
 print *, add2f(n1, n2)
end program AddFunc


integer function add2f(n1, n2)
 integer n1, n2
 add2f = n1 + n2
end function add2f

 !end program AddFunc

RE: Fortran 90/95 stack fault problem

You need to declare add2f as external in the program otherwise it takes it as an array.

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