The W3TAGB routine prints identifying information for
operational codes. called at the beginning of a code,
w3tagb prints the program name, the year and julian day
of its compilation, and the responsible organization.
On a 2nd line it prints the starting date-time. Called at
the end of a job, entry routine, w3tage prints a line with
the c ending date-time and a 2nd line stating the program name
and that it has ended.
USAGE: CALL W3TAGB(PROG, KYR, JD, LF, ORG)
PROG PROGRAM NAME CHARACTER*1
KYR YEAR OF COMPILATION INTEGER
JD JULIAN DAY OF COMPILATION INTEGER
LF HUNDRETHS OF JULIAN DAY OF COMPILATION
INTEGER (RANGE IS 0 TO 99 INCLUSIVE)
ORG ORGANIZATION CODE (SUCH AS WD42)
DDATE YEAR AND JULIAN DAY (NEAREST HUNDRETH)
OF COMPILATION REAL
FULL WORD USED IN ORDER TO HAVE AT LEAST
SEVEN DECIMAL DIGITS ACCURACY FOR VALUE OF DDATE.
SUBPROGRAM CLOCK AND DATE MAY DIFFER FOR EACH TYPE
COMPUTER. YOU MAY HAVE TO CHANGE THEM FOR ANOTHER
TYPE OF COMPUTER.
||Library contains Fortran 90 decoder/encoder
routines for GRIB edition 1. (Fortran90)
Date posted: 2/22/2007