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Re: large arrays and g77


AGNIESZKA SZARECKA wrote:

> I've got the following question.
> I'm trying to run my code that requires using a one-dimensional array
> of size circa 500 000 000. The compiler states the array is too large to
> handle.
> Is such a thing caused only by the limitations of my hardware or possibly
> a compiler also has its own which can perhaps be overcome somehow?

This limitation will be solved in the upcoming release (GCC-3.1).  Note
that not much more than 500 000 000 reals in an array is possible, due
to the fact that that gets at the limit of 2^31 addressable bytes.

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