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## How do you write double precision in Fortran?

A double-precision exponent consists of the letter D , followed by an optional plus or minus sign, followed by an integer. A double-precision exponent denotes a power of 10. The value of a double-precision constant is the product of that power of 10 and the constant that precedes the D .

### Do continue loop in Fortran?

The CONTINUE statement is often used as a place to hang a statement label, usually it is the end of a DO loop. The CONTINUE statement is used primarily as a convenient point for placing a statement label, particularly as the terminal statement in a DO loop. Execution of a CONTINUE statement has no effect.

#### What is meant by double precision data type in Fortran?

The double precision data type is similar to real numbers, but has greater precision. It has an accuracy of up to 14 digits. The same mathematical operations of integers and real numbers can be performed on the double precision data type.

**How many digits is double precision in Fortran?**

If you do not specify a format, GNU Fortran will print real numbers using about 9 digits, even if you do calculations in double precision. If you want to print in double precision you must use write and format statements. When double precision is used the maximum number of digits possible is 17.

**How do you do powers in Fortran?**

In addition to addition +, subtraction -, multiplication * and division /, Fortran has an exponential operator **. Thus, raising X to the Y-th power is written as X**Y. For example, the square of 5 is 5**2, and the square root of 5 is 5**0.5. The exponential operator has the highest priority.

## What is nested DO loop in Fortran?

Just like an IF-THEN-ELSE-END IF can contain another IF-THEN-ELSE-END IF (see nested IF for the details), a DO-loop can contain other DO-loops in its body. The body of the contained DO-loop, usually referred to as the nested DO-loop, must be completely inside the containing DO-loop.

### How do you end a do loop?

You can use Exit Do to escape the loop. You can include any number of Exit Do statements anywhere in a Do… Loop . When used within nested Do loops, Exit Do transfers control out of the innermost loop and into the next higher level of nesting.

#### How many digits is a double precision?

Double precision numbers are accurate up to sixteen decimal places but after calculations have been done there may be some rounding errors to account for. In theory this should affect no more than the last significant digit but in practice it is safer to rely upon fewer decimal places.

**What is single & double-precision give example?**

For single precision, 32 bits are used to represent the floating-point number. For double precision, 64 bits are used to represent the floating-point number. Take Euler’s number (e), for example. Here are the first 50 decimal digits of e: 2.7182818284590452353602874713526624977572470936999 .

**How many digits is double-precision?**

## How do you write exponential powers in Fortran?

EXP(X) computes the base e exponential of X . The type shall be REAL or COMPLEX . Return value: The return value has same type and kind as X .

### What are the 4 arithmetic operations of functions?

Arithmetic Operations with Functions. You are used to adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing real numbers—you do these operations every day in a variety of situations. You have also learned how to perform these four basic operations on algebraic expressions.

#### What is double precision data type?

The DOUBLE PRECISION data type stores 64-bit floating-point values (8 bytes). The precision of a DOUBLE PRECISION column is 15 digits. FLOAT and FLOAT8 and are valid synonyms for DOUBLE PRECISION. Leading zeroes and whitespace characters are allowed. Trailing whitespace characters are also allowed.

**Can you have a DO loop inside a DO loop?**

**How does a double for loop work?**

When a loop is nested inside another loop, the inner loop runs many times inside the outer loop. In each iteration of the outer loop, the inner loop will be re-started. The inner loop must finish all of its iterations before the outer loop can continue to its next iteration.

## How do you break a loop in Fortran?

Exit statement terminates the loop or select case statement, and transfers execution to the statement immediately following the loop or select.

### Does double precision take in Fortran 90?

In Fortran 90 (using gfortran on Mac OS X) if I assign a value to a double-precision variable without explicitly tacking on a kind, the precision doesn’t “take.”. The single precision result starts rounding off at the 8th decimal as expected, but only the double precision variable I assigned explicitly with _dp keeps all 16 digits of precision.

#### What is the use of DO loop in Fortran?

Fortran – Do Loop Construct. The do loop construct enables a statement, or a series of statements, to be carried out iteratively, while a given condition is true.

**How do you define a type in Fortran 90?**

The Fortran 90 way to do this is to define your own real type with whatever precision that you need, e.g., to require at least 14 decimal digits: Show activity on this post. The Fortran standard is very specific about this; other languages are like this, too, and it’s really what you’d expect.

**How to convert single precision to double precision?**

If you have Double = SingleA * SingleB (using names to indicate the types), the calculation will be performed in single precision, then converted to double for storage. This will NOT gain extra precision for the calculation! And what if a double precision value is multiplied by a constant without the “D0” at the end?