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Ron Shepard <ron-shep...@nospam.comcast.net> wrote:(snip)
>> Where you can and your compilers support it, you can useContiguous, or close to contiguous, also makes more efficient
>> the contiguous attribute to improve the efficiency of assumed size.
> The CONTIGUOUS attribute is related to this issue, but for
> efficiency it can cut both ways. First, I think CONTIGUOUS applies
> only to assumed shape arrays (and pointer arrays, which look like
> assumed shape in their declarations), it does not apply to assumed
> size or arrays with fixed dimensions which the compiler already
> knows are storage order contiguous.
use of the cache on modern processors.
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