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9.72 CONJG — Complex conjugate function

Description:

CONJG(Z) returns the conjugate of Z. If Z is (x, y) then the result is (x, -y)

Standard:

Fortran 77 and later, has overloads that are GNU extensions

Class:

Elemental function

Syntax:

Z = CONJG(Z)

Arguments:
Z The type shall be COMPLEX.
Return value:

The return value is of type COMPLEX.

Example:
program test_conjg
    complex :: z = (2.0, 3.0)
    complex(8) :: dz = (2.71_8, -3.14_8)
    z= conjg(z)
    print *, z
    dz = dconjg(dz)
    print *, dz
end program test_conjg
Specific names:
Name Argument Return type Standard
CONJG(Z) COMPLEX Z COMPLEX GNU extension
DCONJG(Z) COMPLEX(8) Z COMPLEX(8) GNU extension

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