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Using the NAG Compiler with the NAG Fortran Library (Mark 24) on Windows

Blog written by David Sayers, NAG Principal Technical Consultant 
The NAG Fortran Compiler is an excellent compiler for checking and running your Fortran code. We use it extensively here at NAG to ensure that our code for the library complies with the current Fortran standards.

Personally whenever I have a user problem report that I can’t resolve by inspection my first instinct is to request run the users code with the Compiler. Frequently this identifies the error immediately.
As I am a Windows user, I am able to make use of the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the compiler that is provided to our Windows users. We call this IDE ‘NAG Fortran Builder’. One of the nice features of this IDE is its ease of use with the prevailing NAG libraries. To do this the user normally specifies a ‘NAG Library Project’ at creation time; thereafter the relevant settings are made to the compiler, so that either the Windows 64 bit or Windows 32-bit DLLs are used. 
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NAG at SC13

A short summary of news from or about NAG at SC13.

Quick fact: NAG is one of very few organizations that have been at every SC since the series started.

Attacking the HPC skills need: NAG Supercomputing Support Service passes milestone of 2000 course attendees
NAG announces the latest milestone in addressing the skills needs of the scientific computing community with the skills they require to effectively exploit HPC systems - over 2000 attendees have now benefitted from NAG's highly rated HPC training courses under the UK's national Computational Support and Engineering (CSE) Support Service. Read full press release ...

Tutorial on HPC procurement:Room was packed!

New Services to underpin and innovate your numerical computing revealed by NAG
NAG revealed new services to enable users of numerical computing to benefit from NAG's 4 decades of experience and expertise in numerical solutions. NAG has delivered proven solutions in this area through its trusted Numerical Libraries f…