FortranScalarTypeΒΆ

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Creates and manipulates objects which correspond to the basic FORTRAN data types: REAL, INTEGER, COMPLEX, LOGICAL and CHARACTER

=: (%, %) -> Boolean
x=y tests for equality
character?: % -> Boolean
character?(t) tests whether t is equivalent to the FORTRAN type CHARACTER.
coerce: % -> OutputForm
from CoercibleTo OutputForm
coerce: % -> SExpression
coerce(x) returns the s-expression associated with x
coerce: % -> String
coerce(x) returns the uppercase string associated with x
coerce: % -> Symbol
coerce(x) returns the symbol associated with x
coerce: String -> %
coerce(s) transforms the string s into an element of FortranScalarType provided s is one of “real”, “double precision”, “complex”, “logical”, “integer”, “character”, “REAL”, “COMPLEX”, “LOGICAL”, “INTEGER”, “CHARACTER”, “DOUBLE PRECISION”
coerce: Symbol -> %
coerce(s) transforms the symbol s into an element of FortranScalarType provided s is one of real, complex, double precision, logical, integer, character, REAL, COMPLEX, LOGICAL, INTEGER, CHARACTER, DOUBLE PRECISION
complex?: % -> Boolean
complex?(t) tests whether t is equivalent to the FORTRAN type COMPLEX.
double?: % -> Boolean
double?(t) tests whether t is equivalent to the FORTRAN type DOUBLE PRECISION
doubleComplex?: % -> Boolean
doubleComplex?(t) tests whether t is equivalent to the (non-standard) FORTRAN type DOUBLE COMPLEX.
integer?: % -> Boolean
integer?(t) tests whether t is equivalent to the FORTRAN type INTEGER.
logical?: % -> Boolean
logical?(t) tests whether t is equivalent to the FORTRAN type LOGICAL.
real?: % -> Boolean
real?(t) tests whether t is equivalent to the FORTRAN type REAL.

CoercibleTo OutputForm