A dollar sign at the end of an output format specification suppresses
the newline at the end of the output.
Edit descriptors in `FORMAT' statements may contain compile-time
`INTEGER' constant expressions in angle brackets, such as
10 FORMAT (I<WIDTH>)
The `OPEN' specifier `NAME=' is equivalent to `FILE='.
These Fortran 90 features are supported:
* The `O' and `Z' edit descriptors are supported for I/O of integers
in octal and hexadecimal formats, respectively.
* The `FILE=' specifier may be omitted in an `OPEN' statement if
`STATUS='SCRATCH'' is supplied. The `STATUS='REPLACE'' specifier
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