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5.11 FORTRAN: Giving a Name to the Output FileIt is possible to have the output sent to a file you specify instead of the default, a.out, by using the following command:
Command Format: f77 -o output source output - the name of the executable file source - the name of the Fortran source code file
Command Format: f77 -S hello.f -S = Compile only
Command Format: f77 -c main.f sub1.f sub2.f -c = Compile, but do not load object files. This option causes f77 to compile and/or assemble source code programs and leave the corresponding object programs in files with filename extensions of .o.
Command Format: f77 obj_1 obj_2 obj_3 obj_1 through obj_n - the object files
Command Format: cobol source_filename