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I'm confused. The LAPACK website Presentation section for version 3.4.0 says 'LAPACK is written in Fortran 90 and provides routines for solving systems....' but when I downloaded the tar file and unpacked the routines they look like F77 routines, not F90. Why does the Presentation section say 'Fortran 90'?
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Whilst much of LAPACK looks very Fortran 77 like there are now some Fortran 90 features in the software and so LAPACK cannot be compiled with a pure Fortran 77 compiler.
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