In the tables and examples that follow, Fortran directives and source code are shown in upper case, but are case-insensitive.
The term structured-block refers to a block of Fortran or C/C++ statements having no transfers into or out of the block.
Constructs within square brackets, [...], are optional.
Throughout this manual, “Fortran” refers to the Fortran 95 language and compiler, f95.
The terms “directive” and “pragma” are used interchangeably in this manual. The OpenMP specification prefers the term “directive”.