Cray X-MP and Cray-1 Computer Systems - Library Reference Manual SR-0014

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Cray X-MP and Cray-1 Computer Systems - Library Reference Manual SR-0014

Revision I - December 1984

SR-0014

This manual describes the subprograms provided in the standard libraries, $ARLIB, $FTLIB, $IOLIB, $SCILIB, $SYSLIB, and $UTLIB. Routines generated by CFT in the form of inline code are not included in this manual but are described in the FORTRAN (CFT) Reference Manual, CRI publication SR-0009.

Section 2 provides a subprogram summary grouped alphabetically by primary reference name within each library. Sections 3 through 7 provide detailed descriptions and calling sequences of the subprograms listed in section 2. Sections 3 through 6 cover specific subprogram applications and common mathematics, scientific mathematics, input/output, and dataset management. Section 7 is a collection of special purpose subprograms, grouped by application. These applications are debugging aids, job control, floating-point interrupt control, time and date requests, and control statement processing. The last subsection in section 7 consists of routines whose applications do not lend themselves to any particular grouping and are therefore listed separately. Section 8 presents procedures and functions that reside in the Pascal runtime library, $PSCLIB. Section 9 describes multitasking subprograms.


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Date Published : December 1984

Manufacturer : Cray Research Inc

Format : PDF - 531 Pages

 

 

 

 

 

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