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Global program checking across routines for consistency of arguments, commons, parameters, and the like. (Only available on Solaris platforms).
Optimized automatic and explicit loop parallelization for multiprocessor systems.
VAX/VMS Fortran extensions.
OpenMP 3.1 parallelization directives.
Global, peephole, and potential parallelization optimizations produce high performance applications. Benchmarks show that optimized applications can run significantly faster when compared to unoptimized code.
Common calling conventions permit routines written in C or C++ to be combined with Fortran programs.
Support for 64-bit enabled Solaris and Linux environments.
IEEE quadruple precision REAL and COMPLEX support on all platforms.
Compatibility between Fortran 77 and Fortran 95/Fortran 2003 programs and object binaries.
Interval Arithmetic programming.
Support for unsigned integer types.
Many Fortran 2003 and Fortran 2008 features.
See Appendix B for details on new and extended features added to the compiler with each software release.
See also the What's New In Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 guide for latest information about new and changed features in this release of the compilers and tools, as well as known issues, workarounds, and limitations. The What's New guide can be accessed from the documentation index for this release at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solarisstudio/documentation