FORTRAN 77 Language Reference

Form of a Subscript

A subscript is a parenthesized list of subscript expressions. There must be one subscript expression for each dimension of the array.

The form of a subscript is:

( s [, s ] )

where s is a subscript expression. The parentheses are part of the subscript.

Example: Declare a two-by-three array with the declarator:

	REAL M(2,3)

With the above declaration, you can assign a value to a particular element, as follows:

	M(1,2) = 0.0

The above code assigns 0.0 to the element in row 1, column 2, of array M.