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Old 10-15-2009, 05:24 PM   #1
science_guy
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gfortran: Syntax error in DATA statement at (1)


Hi,

I am relatively new to fortran.
I am trying to compile a fortran software which has multiple fortran programs, majority of which are Fortran 77 and few are written in Fortran 90. I only have access to the gfortran compiler to run the code.

When I use the 'make' command, I get the following error:

dkfrwn_0599.f:833.72:

data hk13h2o / 0.874946 , 0.028572 , 0.067003 , 0.021822 , 0.00765
1
Error: Syntax error in DATA statement at (1)
dkfrwn_0599.f:1111.72:

data hk11h2o / 0.444198 , 0.385220 , 0.126262 , 0.037311 , 0.00700
1
Error: Syntax error in DATA statement at (1)
make: *** [dkfrwn_0599.o] Error 1


The DATA statement is used at other instances in the code in previous lines as well but the syntax error appears for these two lines.

I had an earlier opportunity to test this software on pgf90 and there was absolutely no error with it. Now I only have access to gfortran to run the code. Could this be a compiler specific error?

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. I am also attaching the makefile (it is the same makefile which worked with pgf90).

Thanks alot,

Alex.
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Old 10-16-2009, 12:10 AM   #2
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hey, fortran isn't my forte, however I have used it here and there. In my limited experience pg compilers don't play nice with the gnu ones. Anyway!

I wonder if its a fixed vs free form thing. I believe the ".f" extension tells gfortran that this is f77 source. Try adding "-ffree-form" to your flags.

Does that make any difference
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