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Are you migrating your application from big endian to little endian? You should read this!

Originally posted by: llindsay When migrating your application from big endian to little endian on the IBM POWER8 platform, there are a number of differences that need to be considered. This can range from vectors, storage association between items of different sizes, long doubles,...

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Updated XL compiler exercises - try the latest compilers

Originally posted by: melaniejs Check out updated exercises in the Power sandbox. You can find them here You can learn about tracking compiler use, performance, auto-vectorization, optimization, interoperability, debugging and reporting.

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Support for ISO C11 added to IBM XL C/C++ compilers

Originally posted by: melaniejs The new ISO C programming language standard provides several features to aid in programming productivity, debugging, and performance. Rajan Bhakta explains which of these are already included in IBM XL compilers for easier debugging and improved...

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Supercharge your IT environment

Originally posted by: melaniejs Computer architectures designed with high-performance microprocessors are reshaping the IT landscape. Today's software developers must deliver products and services faster with higher quality and performance to stay competitive, but in an environment with...

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Experience the latest XL Fortran compilers on AIX and Linux - Download a trial

Originally posted by: melaniejs Looking to see and learn about the latest compiler enhancements in XL Fortran on AIX and Linux. Download a trial. Here is quick recap of some of the highlights of these new compilers: Compliance to ISO programming language standards including the...

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Webinar: new capabilities for developing optimal applications for Power Systems

Originally posted by: melaniejs Check out this webinar by IBM Systems Magazine about Smart Tools on IBM i, AIX, and Linux for Faster Time to Market Get an early look at the next version of Rational's offerings for Power Systems. New advancements in compilers and significantly enhanced...

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Interested in improving application performance and programming productivity? Check out the latest release of XL Fortran

Originally posted by: melaniejs Check out all the information about the latest release of XL Fortran for AIX, and XL Fortran for Linux. You can get a summary of each release by product as well as all the announcement details. See What's new in the release including enhancements to...

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Did you know that the compiler you use can impact whether or note you achieve optimal performance from all parts of your systems?

Originally posted by: melaniejs Did you know that the compiler you use can impact whether or not you achieve optimal performance from all parts of your systems. Organizations often overlook the importance of compilers, often running new high-powered servers with outdated compilers...

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Did you know that the compiler you use can impact whether or not you achieve optimal performance from all parts of your systems?

Originally posted by: melaniejs Did you know that the compiler you use can impact whether or not you achieve optimal performance from all parts of your systems. Organizations often overlook the importance of compilers, often running new high-powered servers with outdated compilers that...

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A guide to inline assembly for C and C++

Originally posted by: melaniejs First, the authors describe basic usage syntax for inline assembly (inline asm) embedded within C and C++ programs. Then they explain intermediate concepts, such as addressing modes, the clobbers list, and branching stanzas,...

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