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"convert source code into bin file"

Posted 05-27-2009 at 11:39 PM by kandhakumar

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Originally Posted by jdkaye View Post
You convert source code into a binary file by using a compiler. The compiler that you use depends on what language (C, Fortran, Pascal, etc.) the source code is written in. There is no such thing as "linux source code". To convert source code written in C, you need a C compiler to take one example.

To find out what a cray-pointer is in Fortran compilers I suggest you consult the Fortran documentation.

Have fun,
jdk

hi thanks to ur message. I have to convert fortran source code to binary file.For this, what type of fortran compiler i need?.Im using suse linux11.0.
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