|March 14, 2011, 08:43||
Fortran .ice. operator
Join Date: Mar 2011
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I am using a Fortran code written by someone else, and came accross a piculiar operator: "ice". This is how it is used:
if (material .ice. strings(i)) then ...
both "material" and "strings" are charactor strings. I have looked in all my reference books, with no luck.
The only other thing to mention, is that the code was written by a german. Are there german operators, that do the same job as the more familiar english ones?
Anyway, any guesses are much appriciated.
I appologise in advance if I have posted in a wrong forum
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