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What is Fortran Builder?
NAG Fortran Builder is a type of Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the Microsoft Windows version of the NAG Fortran Compiler. It is built by the team behind NAG’s Compilers and Tools, to offer complete features that are important to its developers. This includes a GUI. The command line version of the compiler is incorporated in the Fortran Builder, for users who want to continue with its past interface. Fortran Builder has a broad range of key features which makes it easy to use. This includes a 32-bit or 64-bit code on Windows’ 64-bit or 32-bit systems. It comes with a GUI debugger, as well as an integrated help system. A feature named “pretty printer” converts fixed to free formats. This software has a call graph generator, a real quad precision, and informative runtime error messages. Users will also be able to set default Project Settings, and reset its options.
Some of Fortran Builder’s projects include Static Library, Console Application, DLL, and projects that utilize different numerical libraries. Once the needed project type has been named and chosen, files can be included inside this project. Users can add its existing Fortran source files in the project by using the normal Windows file opening dialogue.
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File types supported by Fortran Builder
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Last updated: : September 8, 2014