Continued directive lines must have an ampersand as the last nonblank character on the line, prior to any comment placed inside the directive. Continuation directive lines can have an ampersand after the directive sentinel with optional white space before and after the ampersand.
quarkz wrote:Btw, the 1, 2 and + don't mean anything right?
3.2.3 Continuation Line.
A continuation line is any line that contains any character of the FORTRAN character set other than the character blank or the digit 0 in column 6 and contains only blank characters in columns 1 through 5. A statement must not have more than nineteen continuation lines.
quarkz wrote:I also found that the original F77 code doesn't 've END PARALLEL ...
Does it matters, especially after I converted the code to F90?
The syntax of the parallel loop construct is as follows:
!$omp parallel do [clause[[,] clause] ...]
[!$omp end parallel do]
If an end parallel do directive is not specified, an end parallel do directive is assumed at the end of the do-loop.
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