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Topic: pass arguments between Sun FORTRAN and C programs
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Dik T. Winter

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Re: pass arguments between Sun FORTRAN and C programs
Posted: Oct 15, 2009 7:41 AM
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In article <7jkpv3F35rdl6U1@mid.individual.net> Tim Prince <tprince@nospamcomputer.org> writes:
> http://alexslemonade.org @ http://MeAmI.org wrote:
>

> > To understand how to pass arguments between Sun FORTRAN and C
> > programs, it is necessary to understand the possible methods that the
> > operating system can use for passing arguments and how each language
> > makes use of them.

>
> Why not cover iso_c_interop ? Why would anyone want to use
> non-standard methods to support compilers which have little chance of
> surviving the already announced massive layoffs?


Be aware that what Marty Musatov posted was the content of a webpage of Sun
(copyrighted by Sun too).
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