I am trying to integrate the solver for the set of nonlinear equations link written in Fortran language into mathematica . To do so i developed a function called netlib based on the explanation given in link

GFortran1[name_, inp_] := (
  Export[name <> ".f90", inp, "Text"];
  string1 = "!gfortran -c " <> name <> ".f90 ";
  string2 = 
   "!gfortran -s -shared -mrtd -o " <> name <> ".dll " <> name <> ".o";
  Column@ReadList[string1, String];
  Column@ReadList[string2, String])
netlink[name_, code_, fun_] := Block[{string1, string2},

  ReinstallNET["Force32Bit" -> True];
  ReinstallNET["Force32Bit" -> False];
  path = FileNameJoin[{Directory[], name <> ".dll"}];
  If[fun == 1,
   (Evaluate@ToExpression@name) = 
    DefineDLLFunction[name <> "_", path, 
     "double", {"double[]", "double*"}], (Evaluate@
      ToExpression@name) = 
    DefineDLLFunction[name <> "_", path, 
     "void", {"Double[]", "Double*", "Double[]"}]];
  DeleteFile[{name <> ".f90", name <> ".dll", name <> ".o", 
    name <> ".mod"}];
  GFortran1[name, code];

and it works like this

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So now with a slight modification of the FsolveHybridTest subroutine (x0 is the initial condition and xout2 is the result) in the hybrid.f90 file (to save the results in a file called results.txt) and debug_hybrid.f90

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it is possible to call the netlink function to get the correct result (replace ... with a correct directory)

name = {"myutility", "hybrid", "debug_hybrid"};
  pr = Import[
    ".../Optimization-master/" <> name[[ix]] <> 
     ".f90", {"Text"}];
  Quiet@netlink[name[[ix]], pr, 2], {ix, Length@name}];
Run["gfortran myutility.o hybrid.f90  debug_hybrid.o -o resx.exe"];
result = ReadList["...\\results.txt", Real]

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So now my question is that how can we modify the debug_hybrid.f90 (main program that calls fsolvehybrid) file to act as a subroutine that gets the initial values and returns the result?

  • $\begingroup$ how can we convert mathematica file to fortran file? $\endgroup$
    Sep 4, 2019 at 22:01
  • 1
    $\begingroup$ I understand this is not your question but have you tried FindRoot for you root finding? $\endgroup$
    – user21
    Sep 5, 2019 at 4:31
  • $\begingroup$ @ABCDEMMM the other way around $\endgroup$
    – user49047
    Sep 5, 2019 at 10:32
  • $\begingroup$ @user21 yes but i was wondering if this code can perform faster since it has some fancy jacobian update. $\endgroup$
    – user49047
    Sep 5, 2019 at 10:37
  • $\begingroup$ Have you seen this? $\endgroup$
    – user21
    Sep 5, 2019 at 10:51


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