FORTRAN 77 Language Reference


There is a double-complex version of each complex built-in function. Generally, the specific function names begin with Z or CD instead of C, except for the two functions DIMAG and DREAL, which return a real value.

There are specific complex functions for quad precision (SPARC only). In general, where there is a specific REAL a corresponding COMPLEX with a C prefix, and a corresponding COMPLEX DOUBLE with a CD prefix, there is also a quad-precision COMPLEX function with a CQ prefix. Examples are: SIN(), CSIN(), CDSIN(), CQSIN().