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Int2(A)

Int2: `INTEGER(KIND=6)`

function.

`A`: `INTEGER`

, `REAL`

, or `COMPLEX`

; scalar; INTENT(IN).

Intrinsic groups: `gnu`

.

Description:

Returns `A` with the fractional portion of its
magnitude truncated and its sign preserved, converted
to type `INTEGER(KIND=6)`

.

If `A` is type `COMPLEX`

, its real part
is truncated and converted, and its imaginary part is disregarded.

See Int Intrinsic.

The precise meaning of this intrinsic might change in a future version of the GNU Fortran language, as more is learned about how it is used.