Author: Gerald Ratzer,Joseph Vybihal
Publisher: Kendall Hunt Pub Co; Lab Manual edition (June 1, 2002)
Category: Programming Languages
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Many programmers want to upgrade their skills to be able to write and maintain Fortran programs using the modern features of Fortran 90 and 9.
This book covers modern Fortran array and pointer techniques, including facilities provided by Fortran 95, with attention to the subsets e-LF90 and F as well. It provides coverage of Fortran based data structures and algorithm analysis. The principal data structure that has traditionally been provided by Fortran is the array. Data structuring with Fortran has always been possible - although not always easy: one of the first textbooks on the subject (by Berztiss, in 1971) used Fortran for its program examples.