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The compiler is encountering an internal compiler error when processing pointers to functions. ===== TEST CASE ===== module mm CONTAINS function f1() integer, pointer :: f1 integer, target :: a1 f1 => a1 end function subroutine s2() call s1(f1()) end subroutine subroutine s1(a3) integer, pointer :: a3 end subroutine end module $ xlf -q64 -O2 -c reduce.F90 ** mm === End of Compilation 1 === 1585-100 Internal compiler error -- please contact your service representative. For more information visit: http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21110810 1501-511 Compilation failed for file reduce.F90.
Reorder procedure definitions so that the function returning pointer results is defined after the first procedure definition that calls it.
PROBLEM DESCRIPTION: The compiler encounters an internal compiler error when -O2 or higher optimization is included in the invocation. USERS AFFECTED: Applications that pass a pointer function result to a procedure and the function definition appears before the call-site.
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