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The name of a character variable or array element within the same program unit. Verify that the TIME and ZONE arguments also meet their minimum lengths. 176 1 severe (176): TIME argument to DATE_AND_TIME is too short (LEN=n), required LEN=10

FOR$IOS_SHORTTIMEARG. We can open a new file and write record number 3 without having to write records 1 and 2. The Intel Fortran RTL encountered an assertion error.

Note: The ERR transfer is taken after completion of the I/O statement for error numbers 61, 63, 64, and 68. For example, when requesting a log of the floating-point values 0.0 or a negative number. Note: This error can be returned by STAT in an ALLOCATE statement. 256 severe (256): Unformatted I/O to unit open for formatted transfers FOR$IOS_UNFIO_FMT. Possible causes include: Division by zero Overflow An invalid operation, such as subtraction of infinite values, multiplication of zero by infinity without signs), division of zero by zero or infinity by

The record length is the number of characters in a formatted file but the units are system-dependent for unformatted files. It is permissible for more than one READ or WRITE statement to reference the same FORMAT statement. Check that the correct unit (file) was specified. REWIND Statement It is possible to re-read a sequential input file from the first record by using the REWIND command.

An error in the user program or in the RTL was not an Intel Fortran-specific error and was not reportable through any other Intel Fortran run-time messages. 8 severe (8): Internal Whether the record layout matches the format Intel Fortran is expecting. More than one alternate radix for numeric I/O was specified. Except in an assignment statement and certain procedure references, a pointer must not be referenced until it has been associated: either assigned to a target or allocated. 663 severe (663): Out

Herald, do you want to see if this fixes it for you. A somewhat more twisted example which I have not yet been able to reduce leads to an IOSTAT value of 5001 (BTW: what does that value mean?) in the namelist read, If an error occurs during the READ statement, control will be transferred to the statement labelled 900 (which is a STOP statement in this case.) If the end of the file This simple function searches all unit numbers within a specified range, and returns the smallest number which does not already have an open file associated with it.

If the FORM specifier was not present in the OPEN statement and the file contains unformatted data, specify FORM= ' UNFORMATTED ' in the OPEN statement. An end-of-file record written by the ENDFILE statement was encountered during execution of a READ statement that did not contain an END, ERR, or IOSTAT specification. The cause is an array subscript that is outside the dimensioned boundaries of that array. Could you > please put here these IOSTAT values?

Verify that the DATE and ZONE arguments also meet their minimum lengths. 177 1 severe(177): ZONE argument to DATE_AND_TIME is too short (LEN=n), required LEN=5 FOR$IOS_SHORTZONEARG. Check that the correct unit (file) was specified. The resulting file status and record position are the same as if no error had occurred. otherwise.

Comment 37 Harald Anlauf 2007-03-28 22:22:02 UTC (In reply to comment #36) > Closing, will not backport to 4.2 unless someone feels strongly about it. A direct-access READ or FIND statement attempted to access beyond the end of a relative file (or a sequential file on disk with fixed-length records) or access a record that was Either recompile with the -check bounds option (perhaps with the decfort_dump_flag environment variable set) or examine the core file to determine the source code causing the error. 149 1 severe (149): Consider specifying a larger integer data size (modify source program or, for an INTEGER declaration, possibly use the f90 option -integer_size nn ). 71 1 severe (71): Integer divide by zero

An attempt was made to do one of the following: Read or write more than one record with an ENCODE or DECODE statement. If the invalid result is written and then later read, the error will be generated. 547 severe (547): Invalid REAL FOR$IOS_F103. Modified: trunk/libgfortran/ChangeLog trunk/libgfortran/io/file_pos.c trunk/libgfortran/io/io.h trunk/libgfortran/io/open.c trunk/libgfortran/io/transfer.c trunk/libgfortran/io/unix.c Comment 19 Jerry DeLisle 2007-03-18 18:17:33 UTC Subject: Bug 31052 Author: jvdelisle Date: Sun Mar 18 18:17:24 2007 New Revision: 123039 URL: http://gcc.gnu.org/viewcvs?root=gcc&view=rev&rev=123039 Log: This is an operating system error.

Index: file_pos.c =================================================================== --- file_pos.c (revision 122529) +++ file_pos.c (working copy) @@ -311,7 +311,6 @@ st_rewind (st_parameter_filepos *fpp) u->endfile = NO_ENDFILE; u->current_record = 0; - u->bytes_left = 0; u->strm_pos = 1; During an integer arithmetic operation, an attempt was made to divide by zero. If the FORM specifier was not present in the OPEN statement and the file contains unformatted data, specify FORM= ' UNFORMATTED ' in the OPEN statement. Whether the correct nonnative floating-point data format was specified. 96 info (96): F_UFMTENDIAN environment variable was ignored:erroneous syntax

FOR$IOS_UFMTENDIAN.

An attempt to dynamically allocate storage for an array failed because the required storage size exceeds addressable memory. The cause is an array subscript that is outside the dimensioned boundaries of that array. This message appears at program completion. 299 1 info (299): nnfloating divide-by-zero traps FOR$IOS_FLODIV0EXC. Specifications in an OPEN or CLOSE statement were inconsistent.

If necessary, increase its value. An array variable was specified with too many or too few subscripts for the variable. A floating-point exception occurred. This does not infer that there is an error with the unit number or file.

Negative integer values can appear only with the P edit descriptor. A pointer that was passed to DEALLOCATE pointed to an explicit array, an array slice, or some other type of memory that could not be deallocated in a DEALLOCATE statement. This trap is reported if the rounded result of an IEEE operation is not exact. 144 1 severe (144): reserved operand FOR$IOS_ROPRAND. The number of characters associated with the TIME argument to the DATE_AND_TIME intrinsic was shorter than the required length.

Could you please put here these IOSTAT values? READ(*,100)I WRITE(*,200)I READ and WRITE Statements The READ statement reads information from one or more records in a file or standard pre-connected input device (like the terminal) into a data-transfer-list of A write operation was attempted to a file that was declared ACTION= ' READ ' or READONLY in the OPEN statement that is currently in effect. 48 severe (48): Invalid argument The RECORDTYPE value in an OPEN statement did not match the record type attribute of the existing file that was opened. 45 severe (45): Keyword value error in OPEN statement FOR$IOS_KEYVALERR.

A character item in namelist input was qualified with a subrange that did not meet the requirement that 1 <= e1 <= e2 <= len (where "len" is the length of See your operating system documentation for more information. 1721 severe(172): Program Exception - exception code = hex dec FOR$IOS_PGM_EXCP_CODE. For each error, the table provides the error number, the severity code, error message text, condition symbol name, and a detailed description of the errors. Thanks, I did not know this F2003 feature.

It is the programmer's responsibility to specify the correct record length when opening the file. To determine whether the maximum per-process data size is already allocated, check the value of the maxdsiz parameter in the sysconfigtab or system configuration file. A CLOSE statement specified STATUS='DELETE' for a read-only file. 591 severe (591): External I/O illegal beyond end of file FOR$IOS_F6405. Not the answer you're looking for?

Example INTEGER NMAX PARAMETER(NMAX=10) REAL TEMPC(NMAX) WRITE(*,*)'Enter ',NMAX,' temperatures in Celsius' READ(*,*)(TEMPC(I),I=1,NMAX) WRITE(*,100)(TEMPC(I),I=1,NMAX) 100 FORMAT(' ',5F8.2) STOP 'End of program' END After printing out a message telling the user to input So, the return value of 5008 is > > telling you that you are trying to (initiate a?) read beyond > > the end of the file, which you admit to Another option is to use iomsg and get the string. A floating-point arithmetic or conversion operation has a denormalized number as an operand.

Core dump file created. Even though the program will run, the results might not be correct if you do not change the value of F_UFMTENDIAN.