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Old   July 10, 2005, 00:19
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I want to use usersubroutine sormom.f,but now i have problems: in the dos-windows:no such file or directory;in the starlinkerr file:memory fault; in the starlinkout file: Preprocessing STARFLOAT for user coding sormom.f This temporarily moves the original file to starproc.sed

FORTRAN 77 Compiler 4.5, Copyright (c) 1987 - 1998, Absoft Corp. fr.exe -N20 -f -N26 -N3 -N25 -O "sormom.f" ibe.exe -N31 -N104 -N101 +N19 -O -N2 -o "sormom.obj" -i "sormom.int" === f77 -f -v -N26 -N3 -N25 -Q101 +Q19 -O starin.obj star_main.obj formula.obj ufile/sormom.obj dummy_sp.obj cdlmgrc.lib libstar.a libusr.a libamgdum.a libgtpd.a vms.lib unix.lib wsock32.lib advapi32.lib -aliases:unicode.als -o star.exe FORTRAN 77 Compiler 4.5, Copyright (c) 1987 - 1998, Absoft Corp. lnk.exe "@star.amh" ######################################

WARNING: Command execution error. Please check screen output for details

Please help me out! THANKS! PS:I USE VERSION 3.15A WITH ABSOFTV6.0
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