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Old   September 7, 2005, 18:51
Default CFX 4.4: NAG Library Link to CFX subroutine...
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Robin K
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Hi,

I have a 6th order polynomial that I need to calculate as a particular SCAL changes.

Does anyone know, how I can link a NAG subroutine to CFX USRSRC.

If anyone does know, please let me know.

RK
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Old   September 21, 2005, 10:28
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Miroslav Babic
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Hi!

Hope this will help.

If you want to use your own fortran routine in your USR*** files (CFX-4), you can do it like this:

1.) put the routine(s) in a file ex. MY_ROUTINE.f

2.) compile it to get MY_ROUTINE.o (or. .obj) depends on the system (WIN, UNIX, LINUX)

3.) in GUI goto solve/advanced_options menu

4.) write in User object file MY_ROUTINE.o

or you can use MY_ROUTINE.f directly.

Then you can use your subroutines in any USR***

Miroslav Babic
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Old   September 21, 2005, 10:40
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Robin K
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Hi,

Sounds good. Thanks for your generous help.

Best Wishes,

RK
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