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fc - frontend script to the f2c fortran compiler
/usr/bin/fc [-o objfile] [-c] [-S] [-C] [-u] [-w] [-w66] [-D switch] [-I includepath]
[-Ntnnn] [-P] files [-l library]
fc is a script intended to be used as a front end to the f2c FORTRAN-to-C translator. It
is supposed to make the whole f2c and C compiler setup look like a real Fortran compiler.
File arguments with a .f suffix are compiled as Fortran source. Files with a .F suffix
are passed through the C preprocessor cpp(1) first. Files with .c (C source) or .s
(assembly source) suffixes are passed to the C compiler directly. Files with a .e suffix
are treated as efl source files, and files with a .r suffix are treated as RATFOR source
Produce an output executable named objfile rather than using the default name
-c Do not call the linker; instead, leave relocatable object files as *.o.
-S Produce assembly output as file.s
-C Compile in extra code to check that array subscripts are in bounds.
Libraries specified with this option are passed to the linker.
-U def Definitions specified with this option are passed to C compiler (for .c files) or
to cpp (for .F files) to remove definition.
-u Complain about undeclared variables.
Print version of f2c in use
-w Omit all warning messages.
-w66 Omit Fortran 66 (Fortran IV) compatibility warning messages.
The given switch is passed to the C compiler (for .c files), to cpp (for .F files)
and to f2c.
Passed to the C compiler (for .c files), to cpp (for .F files) and to f2c.
-Ntnnn Allow nnn entries in table t.
-P Emit .P files.
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