In article <glt48a$ai...@naig.caltech.edu>,
glen herrmannsfeldt <g...@ugcs.caltech.edu> wrote:
>Richard Maine <nos...@see.signature> wrote:It was called AUTODBL. If I recall (and I may well not), it was not
>> It became common practice for compilers for other machines to have at
>I don't remember that option on the IBM compilers, other than adding
> IMPLICIT REAL*8 (A-H,O-$)
>which I did see many times. ($ was the 27th letter of the alphabet.)
>Also, there were many routines with sets of declarations and
present in IBM's original development compilers for the System/360
(Code-and-go and G), and may not have been even in the Program Product,
G1. I think I have enough old manuals to check ....
Anyway, it was a crock.
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