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Character-variable Length

Currently, g77 uses the default INTEGER type for the lengths of CHARACTER variables and array elements.

This means that, for example, a system with a 64-bit address space and a 32-bit default INTEGER type does not, under g77, support a CHARACTER*n declaration where n is greater than 2147483647.