110214     RENUM: FORTRAN Renumbering Program  Version: February 1977
Submitted by: Eric Morton, Windham, NH
Operating System: RT-11 V2B  Source Language: FORTRAN  Keywords:
FORTRAN, Tools - Applications Development
Abstract: RENUM is intended to provide two useful services for the
FORTRAN programmer: (1) Replace the existing statement
numbers (labels) with a new (and equivalent) series of
sequential numbers, and (2) produce a cross-reference
table of all the variable names used in the source file
showing all line numbers where each occurs. Either or
both of these services along with a listing of the
source code can be produced. The two functions are
completely independent. Control is by means of
terminal-entered command strings following the standard
RT-11 rules. Input files (up to 6 per command line) can
be on any disk device and output files can be directed
to any device. When renumbering, a new disk file is
created with the renumbered source code and the original
source file is changed to .OLD. The line numbers used
for cross-referencing the variable names agree with
those on a compiler-generated listing. RENUM runs only
under RT-11 version 2B and requires SYSLIB.
Media (Service Charge Code): Write-Up (AA), One RX01 Diskette (KA)
Format: RT-11, 600' Magnetic Tape (MA)  Format: RT-11

The PDP-11 DECUS Software Index
The PDP-11 Home Page
Tim Shoppa <shoppa@trailing-edge.com>
Created: December 26, 1998