hope this fix your issue DGEMM expects double precision values for ALPHA and BETA. Without further options, you are feeding single precision floats to LAPACK - hence the garbage. Using -fdefault-real-8 you force every float specified to be double precision by default, and DGEMM is fed correctly.
this one helps. To help clarify the solution from the comments above, this is what I needed to do to get intellisense working for me in the way I needed. Ensure your host machine has all the modules/libraries installed you are going to do (this is on top of your docker container having them, as VS Code cannot see them). To do this on the site I am working on was python3 -m pip install -r requirements.txt.
C# Desktop Application. Code obfuscation. Code obfuscated by .Net Reactor was easily deobfuscated
this one helps. In general, the cost of writing software is many orders of magnitude greater than paying for a license to use it. Similarly, it is expensive to maintain. Thus, in most cases, the value of the intellectual property is low compared to the operations cost. Thus, few, if any, users are going to be sophisticated enough and economically advantages enough to reverse-engineer your software for any purpose they might have. Also, in general, if you hand out physical access to something, whether it’s a phone, a computer, or a compiled piece of software, you no longer have any expectation of security of whatever that is.