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Oct 19, 2009

I (my friend) have a fortran program with the code along the following lines:

Code:

SUBROUTINE NY
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...
RETURN
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The problem is that the huge matrices are retained in memory even after the subroutine ends. Is there an easy way to declare the arrays in a sort of dynamic way, like they were in the following C example?

Code:

void ny(void) {
double a[4000,4000];
...
}

I mean in the C example the memory is released as soon ny() exits.

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Now every lib is linked statically

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