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Selecting the following will guide you to sources (or meta-sources)
for information concerning computer languages, i.e. Fortran, C, Icon,
- Links to software, compilers,
tutorials, documentation, and all other aspects of Fortran 77 (with
some Fortran 90 stuff).
Fortran 90 Metapage
- A veritable plethoria of Fortran 90 links as put together by
Bo Einarsson. Everything from F90 manuals in Swedish to links
to online tutorials.
- This is a list of the most Frequently Asked Questions
(FAQs) about the Fortran language and related topics.
HPSC Elements of Fortran
- A brief summary of Fortran that is part of
a High Performance Scientific Computing (HPSC)
course. It is a compressed PostScript document with the file
Fortran 90 for the Fortran 77 Programmer
- An online hypertext tutorial on how to convert Fortran 77
programs into Fortran 90 programs such as to take full advantage
of the new features of the latter.
Fortran 90 Tutorial
- An HTML F90 tutorial written by Michael Metcalf, who has
also written a book about F90.
A Survey of Fortran 90
- A 25 page overview of F90 by Mark Sawyer. It is a compressed
PostScript document with the file name tn9204.ps.Z.
FLOPPY (265 Kb tarred and compressed) and
FLOW (76 Kb tarred and compressed) are source code processing
tools. The former checks a given F77 source code file against
various coding conventions and outputs a "tidied" file, while the
latter takes a binary file produced by FLOPPY and produces various
reports about the structure of the code. There is a
hypertext version of the manual available.
Ftnchek (1.2 Mb shell archive)
is a package that detects unused, uninitialized and
undeclared variables in Fortran source code.
- A package f-s2d that converts between Fortran single and
double precision is available in three approximately 50 Kb
part 2, and
Portable High Performance Multiprecisions Package by David H.
Bailey. This links to a package that contains Fortran-77 routines
that perform a variety of tasks in arbitrary precision as well
as software that automatically converts a Fortran-77 program to
a form amenable to using the multiple precision package.
- A really huge amount of numerical software written in
Fortran can be found at the
- Information about
interval computations in Fortran as well as programs
can be found.
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