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"file not found" error
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"file not found" error

"file not found" error

(OP)
Hello everyone!
When I compile the program that writing with fortran, errors and warnings are 0 but after executing and entering the name of input file, I receive this error message:
forrt1: severe(29): file not found, unit 5, file c:\useres\...\bem\filein
image PC routine line source
BEM.exe 0041F089 unknown unknown unknown
incrementally linked image--PCcorrelation disabled.
press any key to continue

Whereas input file and program file are saved in unit folder.
I don't have so much experience with Fortran. please guidance me.
Thank you.

RE: "file not found" error

1) Look at your open statement. What file is it trying to open?
2) Is the directory path correct?
3) Does that file exist?

RE: "file not found" error

(OP)
Thank you very much dear friends.
write, read and open statements are:
WRITE(*,'(A)')'NAME OF INPUT FILE(MAX. 10 CHART.)'
READ(*,'(A)')FILEIN
OPEN(INP,FILE=FILEIN,STATUS='OLD')
that INP is specific.
I replace FILEIN in open statement with directory path (file='c:/users/.../bem/filein) but I have not result.

RE: "file not found" error

Are there any print or write statements? Which channel are the write statements writing to?

Is it *? If it is *, you should get the output on the terminal. But if you are just double clicking on the executable, it will run, flash up and disappear. You need to open up a command prompt and run it from there to see the result.

If it is a number or a variable, look for the open statement with that number. That will tell you which file it is writing to.

RE: "file not found" error

(OP)
Tnx...
I replace above statements with below:
OPEN(1,FILE='FILEIN.TXT')
and I have result.

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