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I can't be sure, but I think you try to compile to *.exe (program). However, your project has no 'Program' in the code. Add 'Program'
or change the project type from 'Console application' to 'Static library' or 'Dynamic library' in menu Project->Properties.
I would guess that you like to get just one program at the end. Set just one project with Program to 'Console application', while others to 'Static library'.
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By 'Program' I mean Fortran 'program' statement ('main' function if you come from C++).
You should ensure that dependencies are found during the linking step. Dependencies should be added in the project build options dialog.
If you are new to 'static library', 'linking', 'dependencies between libraries', then I would suggest you start from the simpler case: Just make one 'Console application' project and add all your files to it. Ensure you have just one 'Program' statement in your Fortran code. And compile the code in C::B. C::B can handle quite big project files without problems.
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