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fortran debugging with force 2.0

fortran debugging with force 2.0

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hello, i'm new to fortran and started using force 2.0. our professor is working mainly on fortran 77 so do we. the problem is, force 2.0 used to return many compiling errors that i've done, so i could easily check and correct them, as well as learning from my mistakes. but now they seem to be gone now. for instance, if i made a bad decleration of data in a function, force doesn't warn or return an error and just run the program and give me false results. any ideas on that?

RE: fortran debugging with force 2.0

On the menu bar, click on View. Is Messages ticked? If not, tick it.

If it is ticked and you are still not seeing what you want, try one of the other unticked options.

RE: fortran debugging with force 2.0

Actually quite surprised that Force is still going. The Brazilian author told me he was abandoning it 15 years ago.

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