Does anyone know: Are there any builtin functions for FORTRAN

that are equivalent to the C " time()" function?

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David B Guan

Does anyone know: Are there any builtin functions for FORTRAN

that are equivalent to the C " time()" function?

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David B Guan

|> Does anyone know: Are there any builtin functions for FORTRAN

|> that are equivalent to the C " time()" function?

MCLOCK() returns the current process's user time, in clock ticks.

(On the RISC System/6000, the clock tick is 1/100 second.)

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You need to initialize 't' before you use it. You got lucky in one case

and 't' happened to contain a reasonable value. In the other case, you

didn't get lucky.

DS

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