How to create Fortran DLL in Visual Studio with Intel Fortran compiler

The following link is a PowerPoint presentation on creating a Fortran DLL with intel fortran compiler in visual studio!!

Please click the link to view the presentation!

Create Fortran DLL with Visual Studio

Created this to help a friend trying to do the same for his work. Thought it will be nice to have it online for everyone else.

Maybe next post, I will post how to use this DLL with microsoft excel!!  Stay tuned!!

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  7. Hi

    This was a very useful post. I have a question on creating DLL for fortran code.
    The structure of my fortran .f90 code is as follows:

    program ABC
    ..
    ..
    end program ABC

    subroutine XYZ
    ..
    ..
    end subroutine XYZ

    subroutine PQ
    ..
    ..
    end subroutine PQ

    Your post shows to create a DLL for the subroutine by adding the 2 lines of code between the subroutine. I am looking for converting my complete code (including program) into a DLL to be accessed in C#.NET.

    Could you please tell me how can I achieve this? Any information on this regards would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.

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