[R] HCLUST subroutine question -- FORTRAN DO loops
p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Thu Mar 9 17:49:31 CET 2006
"David Emmith" <demmith at spadac.com> writes:
> Shown below is most of the FORTRAN subroutine named HCLUST.
> My question concerns the DO loop labeled as '10'. What happened to its
> CONTINUE statement? I will assume that after FLAG(I)=.TRUE. is executed that
> control returns to DO 10 I=1,N. Am I correct?
Yes. CONTINUE is purely used for legibility in such contexts; you can
put the label on the last statement of the block instead (as Google
might have told you soon enough...)
> C Initializations
> DO 10 I=1,N
> C We do not initialize MEMBR in order to be able to restart the
> C algorithm from a cut.
> C MEMBR(I)=1.
> 10 FLAG(I)=.TRUE.
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