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- Figure 5-1. Default 64-bit integers
- Figure 5-2. Fast integer operations with INTEGER(KIND=8), UNICOS systems (except CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic)
- Figure 5-3. Real type
- Figure 5-4. Binary version of 10.0
- Figure 5-5. Double-precision type
- Figure 5-6. Single-precision complex type
- Figure 5-7. Double-precision complex type (real portion)
- Figure 5-8. Double-precision complex type (imaginary portion)
- Figure 5-9. Character type
- Figure 5-10. 64-bit addressing for UNICOS systems (except CRAY T90 systems)
- Figure 5-11. 64-bit addressing for CRAY T90 systems
- Figure 5-12. INTEGER(KIND=1) on IRIX systems
- Figure 5-13. INTEGER(KIND=2) on IRIX systems
- Figure 5-14. INTEGER(KIND=4) on IRIX systems
- Figure 5-15. INTEGER(KIND=8) on IRIX systems
- Figure 5-16. REAL(KIND=4) on IRIX systems
- Figure 5-17. Binary version of 10.0
- Figure 5-18. REAL(KIND=8) on IRIX systems
- Figure 5-19. REAL(KIND=16) on IRIX systems
- Figure 5-20. COMPLEX(KIND=4) on IRIX systems (real portion)
- Figure 5-21. COMPLEX(KIND=4) on IRIX systems (imaginary portion)
- Figure 5-22. COMPLEX(KIND=8) on IRIX systems (real portion)
- Figure 5-23. COMPLEX(KIND=8) on IRIX systems (imaginary portion)
- Figure 5-24. COMPLEX(KIND=16) on IRIX systems (real portion)
- Figure 5-25. COMPLEX(KIND=16) on IRIX systems (imaginary portion)
- Figure 5-26. Character type
- Figure 5-27. 32-bit addressing on IRIX systems
- Figure 5-28. Integer KIND=1, 2, or 4 on UNICOS/mk systems
- Figure 5-29. INTEGER(KIND=8) on UNICOS/mk systems
- Figure 5-30. REAL(KIND=4) on UNICOS/mk systems
- Figure 5-31. Binary version of 10.0
- Figure 5-32. REAL(KIND=8) on UNICOS/mk systems
- Figure 5-33. COMPLEX(KIND=4) on UNICOS/mk systems (real portion)
- Figure 5-34. COMPLEX(KIND=4) on UNICOS/mk systems (imaginary portion)
- Figure 5-35. COMPLEX(KIND=8) on UNICOS/mk systems (real portion)
- Figure 5-36. COMPLEX(KIND=8) on UNICOS/mk systems (imaginary portion)
- Figure 5-37. Character type
- Figure 5-38. Cray character pointers on UNICOS/mk systems
- Figure 5-39. Integer KIND=1, 2, or 4 on CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic
- Figure 5-40. Default INTEGER(KIND=8) on CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic
- Figure 5-41. Fast operations with INTEGER(KIND=8) on CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic
- Figure 5-42. Real KIND=4 or 8 on CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic
- Figure 5-43. REAL(KIND=16) on CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic
- Figure 5-44. Complex KIND=8 or 4 on CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic (real portion)
- Figure 5-45. Complex KIND=8 or 4 on CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic (imaginary portion)
- Figure 5-46. COMPLEX(KIND=16) on CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic (real portion)
- Figure 5-47. COMPLEX(KIND=16) on CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic (imaginary portion)
- Figure 5-48. Character type
- Figure 5-49. Cray character pointer for CRAY T90 systems that support IEEE floating-point arithmetic
- Figure 5-50. Memory use under UNICOS