In article <2ii4a2$itd at cc-server9.massey.ac.nz>, Richard Kingston <root at cb-sgi.massey.ac.nz> writes:
> Has anyone tried to compile the PRISM programs for skeletonizing electron
> density on an SGI workstation.
I haven't, sorry...
> The problem in this case seems to occur at the instruction
>> DRND = RANDOM(0.0D0)
> where RANDOM is a double precision function.
> it fixes if the code is changed to
>> DSEED = 0.0D0
> DRND = RANDOM(DSEED)
... but problems like this can be cured by compiling with
misrael at csi.uottawa.ca Mark Israel