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Real(A)

Real: `REAL`

function.
The exact type is ``REAL(KIND=1)`' when argument `A` is
any type other than `COMPLEX`

, or when it is `COMPLEX(KIND=1)`

.
When `A` is any `COMPLEX`

type other than `COMPLEX(KIND=1)`

,
this intrinsic is valid only when used as the argument to
`REAL()`

, as explained below.

`A`: `INTEGER`

, `REAL`

, or `COMPLEX`

; scalar; INTENT(IN).

Intrinsic groups: (standard FORTRAN 77).

Description:

Converts `A` to `REAL(KIND=1)`

.

Use of `REAL()`

with a `COMPLEX`

argument
(other than `COMPLEX(KIND=1)`

) is restricted to the following case:

REAL(REAL(A))

This expression converts the real part of A to
`REAL(KIND=1)`

.

See RealPart Intrinsic, for information on a GNU Fortran
intrinsic that extracts the real part of an arbitrary
`COMPLEX`

value.

See REAL() and AIMAG() of Complex, for more information.