for(1) - Unix First Edition Manual Page
11/3/71FOR (I)

NAME for -- fortran
SYNOPSIS for file
DESCRIPTION for is a nearly complete fortran compiler. file is the nameof a fortran source program to be compiled. The following

is a list of differences between for and ANSI standardfortran:

1. arbitrary combination of types are allowed inexpressions. Not all combinations are expected to be

supported in runtime. All of the normal conversionsinvolving integer, real and double precision are allowed.
FILES f.tmpl, 2 3 temporary/etc/f1, 2 3 4 passes

/etc/xx runtime
DIAGNOSTICS Diagnostics are given by number. If the source code isavailable, it is printed with an underline at the current

character pointer. A listing of error numbers isavailable.

BUGS The following is a list of those features not yetimplemented: functions, arithmetic statement functions.

data statements, complex constants, hollerith constants,continuation cards

OWNER dmr, ken