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Old   October 15, 2006, 09:39
Default Help: Reading values in derived types for VFortran
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hello,

in the past, i simply use

real :: u(:,,v(:, to define the velocities in my FVM code.

now, i'm trying to use derived type in my fortran code. e.g.

type cell

real :: u,v

end type cell

during debugging using either compaq or intel visual fortran, to show all the values of variables u or v, I either enter "u" or "u(:," in the debug window in the past. but now, if I want to see the values, i can only see the u or v for each cell ie "cell(1,1)%u". "cell(:,%u" does not work. this is very troublesome.

so is there anyway I can see all values of u,v using the new derived type? thank you very much
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