SAVE of COMMON variables
I compiled a fortran program into a dll with gcc.
In the program several variables are stored in COMMON's. I would like
to have these SAVE'd between calls to the dll, but gcc will not let me
compile something like:
common /b/ a
a = 10
Is it not allowed/possible?
Brian (remove the sport for mail)
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