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Air overseas - Vol 26 No 6 --- Язык: EnglishГод издания: 1984Количество страниц: 30x2Формат: pdf (175 dpi) 2821x1911Размер: 35.6 mb speedy Ifolder zero

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For example (page 31, Fortran Reference --nual): 1. Subroutine MATMPY (A, N , M, B, L, C) The BCD image of MATMPY would be entered into the FORSUB table. This table is generated in Fortran II and 709 during the run of Section 1 1 . It is stored in the second record of file 3, on tape 2. Of course, Fortran I does not have subroutine calling facility. 00 FORTAG RECORD The FORTAG record is a table that represents an index to the TAU table. a one-word entry of the following format: IFN 1 * XR INFO absolute o r is inferred.

There i s no convenient restart point for running Fortran after an unlisted stop. Essentially, it means starting over at the beginning. If all the source program has been read from cards successfully, then the cards do not have to be reread. The source program will already be on tape 2 in BCD. The starting procedure is the same a s if the source program were put on tape 2 after being prepared on off-line equipment. 8. Can the 704 be put into an e r r o r loop so that the cause of machine trouble can be located?

Tape 3 is also written during this section. Tables of information a r e written on drums and tape 4. At the end of this section, the tables from the drums and tape 4 a r e written a s additional files on tape 2. If the programmer has made e r r o r s which the Fortran diagnostic can catch, these e r r o r s a r e printed on line at the end of Section 1. The second section processes table information from the drums and tape 2 (additional files) and writes a new tape 4; it also writes tables on drums.

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