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
          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
             Record Operations Overview
             Record I/O Statement Specifiers
             Record Access
             File Sharing
             Specifying the Initial Record Position
             Advancing and Nonadvancing Record I/O
             Record Transfer
          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