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Problem in FORTRAN compiling

Problem in FORTRAN compiling

Problem in FORTRAN compiling


Anybody familiar with compiling FORTRAN? I got problem when I tried to compile the code that I wrote . Below is my code :

 This is the Hartman Function
c   Bound: X(j)=[0,1], j=1,2,...,6
c   Global Optimum:-3.322368011415515,
c   (0.201,0.150,0.477,0.275,0.311,0.657)
c     //////// nml     implicit real*8 (a-h,o-z)
      dimension x(nopt),a2(4,6),c2(4),p2(4,6),a3(4,3),c3(4),p3(4,3)
      call scein(nopt)
      call sceua(nopt)           
c  Open input 6D
c  open input Data for Hartman function coefficient (3-D)                     
      if (nopt .gt. 6) then
        write (*,*) ' ???? CHECK THE INPUT FILE ???? '
      end if
      functn = 0.0
      do 50 i = 1, 4
        u = 0.0
        do 40 j = 1, nopt
          if (nopt .eq. 3) then
            a2(i,j) = a3(i,j)
            p2(i,j) = p3(i,j)
          end if
          u = u + a2(i,j) * (x(j) - p2(i,j))**2
   40   continue
        if (nopt .eq. 3) c2(i) = c3(i)
        functn = functn - c2(i) * exp(-u)
   50 continue

After I compiled this code, I got this message
"2038-S:"Hartman.for", line 9: nopt can not be specified in a specification expression"

Any idea why this code gave me such kind of error?




RE: Problem in FORTRAN compiling

The string 'nopt' appears to be an undeclared parametric constant.

Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

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