Bagues en perles: L'éclat au doigt by Guillaume Burckel, Jean-Luc Syren, Valérie Walter

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There is no limit on the upper bound provided it is not less than the lower bound. Arrays which are dummy arguments of a procedure may have their dimension bounds specified by integer variables which are arguments of the procedure; in all other cases each dimension bound must be an integer constant expression. This fixes the size of the array at compile-time. Type, DIMENSION, and COMMON statements may all be used to declare arrays, but COMMON statements have a specialised use (described in section 12).

0)**(-1) which makes the order of evaluation explicit. The order of evaluation of an expression is: 1. sub-expressions in parentheses 2. function references 3. e. raising to a power 4. multiplication and division 6 ARITHMETIC 45 5. addition, subtraction, or negation. Within each of these groups evaluation proceeds from left to right, except that exponentiations are evaluated from right to left. Thus: A / B / C is equivalent to (A / B) / C whereas X ** Y ** Z is equivalent to X ** (Y ** Z). An expression does not have to be evaluated fully if its value can be determined otherwise: for example the result of: X * FUNC(G) can be determined without calling the function FUNC if X happens to be zero.

If the operands have different data types then an implicit type conversion is applied to one of them to bring it to the type of the other. These conversions always go in the direction which minimises loss of information: integer converts to real converts to complex or double precision Since there is no way of converting a complex number to double precision type, or vice-versa, without losing significant information, both these conversions are prohibited: an operator cannot have one complex operand and one of double precision type.

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