The following syntax forms which may occasionally appear in legacy code are not
included in the Fortran 95 standard and are also not available in FTN95.
This would initialise 'I' to the address of the statically allocated variable
'K'. Use I = LOC(K) to get the same effect.
Octal constants using ':177' notation These could not be implemented because of ambiguities with array section
syntax, e.g. is 'A(:177)' the 127th element of 'A', or is it a section
from the start of the array to number 177? Use O'177' syntax instead.
Branching to END IF from outside the block
This is the only deleted feature not to be implemented. Alter the code to
branch to the statement following the END IF.
VAX extensions Only those VAX extensions that are now part of the Fortran 95 standard have
been implemented in FTN95. Most of the VAX extensions that are not in this
category have equivalent functionality in Fortran 95.