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Pro II user added subroutine: just fortran supported?

Pro II user added subroutine: just fortran supported?

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I am wondering to use Pro II 5.6.1... In order to use the user added subroutine, just the fortran (compaq visual fortran compiler) language is supported?
Would it be possible to use C language to generate the DLL?
Thanks...

RE: Pro II user added subroutine: just fortran supported?

Dear Menega,

You should contact your nearest SIMSCI Technical Support Office, which you cvan find on our webste (www.simsci-esscor.com) or e-mail the support Helpdesk (http://www.simsciesscor.com/support/email.asp) with your questions and they will be happy to help you.

Kind Regards,

Gareth Hillier
Technical Consultant
SIMSCI EMEA

Gareth Hillier
Technical Consultant
Invensys SIMSCI-ESSCOR
http://www.simsciesscor.com

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