INCLUDE_FILES is a FORTRAN90 program which makes a copy of a FORTRAN file, in which INCLUDE statements are replaced by the corresponding include files.
The format for a FORTRAN include statement is either
include "file.txt"This program reads a file with such include statements, and replaces each such occurrence by the text of the corresponding file.
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INCLUDE_FILES is available in a FORTRAN90 version.
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