IOR
returns the bitwise Boolean inclusive-OR of I and J.
Fortran 95 and later, has overloads that are GNU extensions
Elemental function
RESULT = IOR(I, J)
I | The type shall be INTEGER . |
J | The type shall be INTEGER , of the same kind as I. (As a GNU extension, different kinds are also permitted.) |
The return type is INTEGER
, of the same kind as the arguments. (If the argument kinds differ, it is of the same kind as the larger argument.)
Name | Argument | Return type | Standard |
IOR(A) |
INTEGER A |
INTEGER |
Fortran 95 and later |
BIOR(A) |
INTEGER(1) A |
INTEGER(1) |
GNU extension |
IIOR(A) |
INTEGER(2) A |
INTEGER(2) |
GNU extension |
JIOR(A) |
INTEGER(4) A |
INTEGER(4) |
GNU extension |
KIOR(A) |
INTEGER(8) A |
INTEGER(8) |
GNU extension |
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