PROGRAM FORMAT IMPLICIT NONE REAL :: X CHARACTER (LEN=11) :: FORM1 CHARACTER (LEN=*), PARAMETER :: FORM2 = "( F12.3,A )" FORM1 = "( F12.3,A )" X = 12.0 PRINT FORM1, X, ' HELLO ' WRITE (*, FORM2) 2*X, ' HI ' WRITE (*, "(F12.3,A )") 3*X, ' HI HI ' ENDIn the PRINT statement we use the character string variable FORM1 with the length 11, which is assigned its value in an explicit assignment statement. The difficulty with this method is essentially that you have to manually count the number of characters, if it is too small the NAG compiler will not give a compilation error, but the error will show up at execution.
In the first WRITE statement we use a character string constant FORM2 instead. The advantage is that with the PARAMETER statement it is not necessary to give an explicit length of the constant, but it can be given the length with the statement LEN=*. The bad thing is that we can not assign the constant a new value.
In the second WRITE statement we use an explicit character string directly. The difficulty is that the string can not be reused.
WRITE(*, "( HI )")Solution.
(4.2) What does the following statement perform?
CHARACTER (LEN=9) :: FILIP FILIP = '(1PG14.6)' WRITE(*,FILIP) 0.001, 1.0, 1000000.Solution.