getarg, iargc - return command line arguments
subroutine getarg (k, arg)
function iargc ()
A call to getarg will return the kth command line argument in character string arg. The 0th argument is the command name.
Iargc returns the index of the last command line argument.
SEE ALSO getenv(3F), execve(2)4th Berkeley Distribution May 15, 1985 GETARG(3F)
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APPLY(1) General Commands Manual APPLY(1)NAME
apply - apply a command to a set of arguments
apply [ -ac ] [ -n ] command args ...
Apply runs the named command on each argument arg in turn. Normally arguments are chosen singly; the optional number n specifies the num-
ber of arguments to be passed to command. If n is zero, command is run without arguments once for each arg. Character sequences of the
form %d in command, where d is a digit from 1 to 9, are replaced by the d'th following unused arg. If any such sequences occur, n is
ignored, and the number of arguments passed to command is the maximum value of d in command. The character `%' may be changed by the -a
apply echo *
is similar to ls(1);
apply -2 cmp a1 b1 a2 b2 ...
compares the `a' files to the `b' files;
apply -0 who 1 2 3 4 5
runs who(1) 5 times; and
apply 'ln %1 /usr/joe' *
links all files in the current directory to the directory /usr/joe.
SEE ALSO sh(1)AUTHOR
Shell metacharacters in command may have bizarre effects; it is best to enclose complicated commands in single quotes ' '.
There is no way to pass a literal `%2' if `%' is the argument expansion character.
4.2 Berkeley Distribution April 29, 1985 APPLY(1)
I'm trying since a few days to compile a f90 program with gfortran (on Ubuntu) with a makefile. The fortran program calls 2 routines written in C.
Here is my makefile:
FC = gfortran
SFC = gfortran
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