The /PARAMS option is provided to specify command line informa tion for the
program. This option is necessary in order to stop FTN95 from scanning the
whole command line before the user's program is executed.
For example, suppose that NEWPROG.F90 obtains two filenames FILE1 and FILE2 by
means of calls to the system routine CMNAM. These filenames could be specified
FTN95 NEWPROG /LGO /PARAMS FILE1 FILE2
An illustrative program appears with the description of the