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## Dynamically loaded Fortran, how?

**From**: |
Albert F. Niessner |

**Subject**: |
Dynamically loaded Fortran, how? |

**Date**: |
17 Dec 2002 16:35:34 -0500 |

I have a C++ wrapper around a Fortran subroutine (mostly) and need some
help getting it working with octave -- it works with g++/g77.
First, what is the recommend way to go from Matrix to reference to the
matrix for passing into the fortran subroutine?
Second, what is the recommend way to use mkoctfile to produce the
desired results -- a dynamically loadable function?
Al Niessner
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**Dynamically loaded Fortran, how?**,
*Albert F. Niessner* **<=**