220.127.116.11 Fortran Operators and Expressions
Operators must be defined on values of specific types. For instance,
+ is defined on numbers, but not on characters or other non-
arithmetic types. Operators are often defined on groups of types.
- The exponentiation operator. It raises the first operand to the power
of the second one.
- The range operator. Normally used in the form of array(low:high) to
represent a section of array.
- The access component operator. Normally used to access elements in derived
types. Also suitable for unions. As unions aren't part of regular Fortran,
this can only happen when accessing a register that uses a gdbarch-defined