In a scoping unit, a procedure name is not established if it is not
determined to be generic or specific.
To resolve a reference to a procedure name that is not established,
the following rules are used in the order shown:
- If both of the following are true, the dummy argument is a
dummy procedure and the reference is to that dummy procedure:
- The scoping unit is a subprogram.
- The procedure name is a dummy argument of that
The procedure invoked by the reference is the one supplied as the
corresponding actual argument.
- If both of the following are true, the procedure is
an intrinsic procedure and the reference is to that intrinsic
- The procedure name matches the name of an intrinsic
- There is agreement between the intrinsic procedure
definition and the reference of the name as a function or
- If neither of the preceding rules apply, the reference is
to an external procedure with that name.
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