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Fortran 90 Tutorials  
Found here are Michael Metcalf's Fortran 90 CNL Articles, which will help you understand Fortran 90 better.
Submitted: Mar 23, 2000
Fortran Tutorials  
Would you like an intensive course on the F programming language to be given at your organization? Then please note the following: Michael Metcalf, formerly of CERN, Switzerland, and an ex-member of J3 and WG5, offers a Fortran 90 course that lasts for six 75-minute sessions. There is an F version too. He is happy to negotiate holding either version anywhere in the world. These courses are suitable for graduates, or equivalent level, and are a useful way to 'kick-start' a Fortran 90 or an F activity at a given site.
Submitted: Jan 02, 1998
Links to Fortran tutorials  
Links to general, Fortran 77, and Fortran 90/95 tutorials.
Submitted: Dec 21, 2004
NetCDF User's Guide for FORTRAN  
The Network Common Data Form, or netCDF, is an interface to a library of data access functions for storing and retrieving data in the form of arrays. An array is an n-dimensional (where n is 0, 1, 2, ...) rectangular structure containing items which all have the same data type (e.g., 8-bit character, 32-bit integer). A scalar (simple single value) is a 0-dimensional array.
Submitted: Mar 25, 2000



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