Q: tool to determine type of parameters?

gregor@npac.syr.edu (Gregor von Laszewski)
Thu, 30 Mar 1995 15:43:41 GMT

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From: gregor@npac.syr.edu (Gregor von Laszewski)
Keywords: Fortran, question
Organization: Northeast Parallel Architectures Center at Syracuse University (NPAC)
Date: Thu, 30 Mar 1995 15:43:41 GMT

Dear Experts:

I am looking for a simple fortran analysis program which
returns the types of the parameters to a given procedure in
FORTRAN. It is assumed that the routine in fortran is compiled
with with implicit none.

Do you know of any such a public domain tool?

subroutine dowork (a,b,c)

implicit none

real a(500)
integer b
character(*) c



Name: dowork
   Type: subroutine
Returntype : none ! specified only for function
parameters : 3
Parameter[1]: a
Type[1] : real
Dimension[1]: 500
Parameter[2]: b
Type[2] : integer
Dimension[2]: 1
Parameter[1]: c
Type[1] : character
Dimension[1]: *

Thank you

Gregor von Laszewski * (315) 443-9182 gregor@npac.syr.edu
NPAC at Syracuse University * http://www.npac.syr.edu/users/gregor/gregor.html
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