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Nullify(wksp) wksp=>reallocate(wksp,100) end if ... if (nterm > size(wksp)) wksp=>reallocate(wksp,2*size(wksp)) ... END SUBROUTINE a Here the workspace is initially allocated a size of 100. If the number of elements used (nterm) ever exceeds the size of the workspace, the workspace is doubled. ) Fortran 90 experts can note that the SAVE on init is not strictly necessary: Any local variable that is initialized is automatically saved. 5] You can find similar examples of reallocate (with some further discussion) in eulsum (p.
This breaks the old association, and could leave the old target inaccessible if there is no other pointer associated with it. 2] Deallocating an array or pointer that has not been allocated is always an error. Allocated arrays that are local to a subprogram acquire the “undefined” status on exit from the subprogram unless they have the SAVE attribute. ) Such undefined arrays cannot be referenced in any way, so you should explicitly deallocate all allocated arrays that are not saved before returning from a subprogram.
As we write, in 1995, even lowly memory chips have one or four million gates, and this number will increase rapidly in coming years. You’ll probably count at least dozens, and often hundreds, of such chips in your computer. Next ask, how many of these chips are CPUs? That is, how many implement von Neumann processors capable of executing arbitrary, stored program code? For most computers, in 1995, the answer is: about one. A significant number of computers do have secondary processors that offload input-output and/or video functions.