Data alignment in arrays, Computer Engineering

Q. Data Alignment in Arrays?

Arrays are aligned to templates by ALIGN directive. ALIGN directive is used to align elements of various arrays with one another denoting that they must be distributed in the similar manner. The syntax of ALIGN derivative is:

!HPF$ ALIGN array1 WITH array2

where array1 is name of array to be aligned plus array2 is array to be aligned to.

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