Intel® Fortran Compiler for Linux* Systems User's Guide, Volume I: Building Applications
    Disclaimer and Legal Information
    About the Intel® Fortran Compiler
    What's New in This Release
    How to Use This Document
    Getting Started
    Building Applications
    Compiler Options
    Debugging Using idb
    Data and I/O
       Data Representation
       Converting Unformatted Data
       Fortran I/O
          Fortran I/O Overview
          Logical I/O Units
          Types of I/O Statements
          Forms of I/O Statements
          Files and File Characteristics
             Files and File Characteristics Overview
             File Organization
             Internal Files and Scratch Files
             Record Types
             Record Overhead
             Record Length
          Accessing and Assigning Files
          Default Pathnames and File Names
          Using Preconnected Standard I/O Files
          Opening Files: OPEN Statement
          Obtaining File Information: INQUIRE Statement
          Closing a File: CLOSE Statement
          Record Operations
          User-Supplied OPEN Procedures: USEROPEN Specifier
          Format of Record Types
          Microsoft Fortran PowerStation* Compatible Files
    Programming with Mixed Languages
    Error Handling
    Creating and Using Libraries
    Reference Information