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Fortran 90 tips  
These tips are from The Programmer's Guide to Fortran 90, which Walt Brainerd co-authored with Charlie Goldberg and SCD's Jeanne Adams. They are reprinted with permission.
Submitted: Mar 30, 2000
Where can I get a f95 compiler  
Information file, on compilers, tools, books, courses, tutorials, and the standard for the Fortran language and its derivatives.
Submitted: Mar 23, 2000
Fortran FAQ  
Here are some answers to frequently asked questions. The "author", as is the custom, has appropriated posted responses as seemed apt.
Submitted: Mar 23, 2000
Fortran FAQ FAQ  
Here are some answers to frequently asked questions. The "author", as is the custom, has appropriated posted responses as seemed apt. I have tried to leave attributions in, as correctly as possible. To anyone who has been offended by omission or otherwise, my apologies.
Submitted: Mar 23, 2000
Engineering Tips  
With the advent of the Mac 2 and many third party Macintosh speed enhancers many engineers will now consider using the Macintosh for serious computation... The purpose of this article is to give a few pointers in BASIC and FORTRAN, the languages with which engineers will initially feel most comfortable, on how to make effective use of the Macintosh for both graphics and speed... This article will show how engineers can modify ordinary programs, written in FORTRAN or BASIC, which generate numerical output and enhance these programs with the addition of a few lines of code so that they can serve as input drivers to professional commercial graphics software. In this way their numerical output can easily be converted to professional quality graphs and charts with little effort.
Submitted: Mar 25, 2000



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