Programmer's Guide to Fortran 90
Edition: 3rd 1996 (Revised)
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Written by members of the Fortran 90 ISO and ANSI committees, this book is the source of the most important information about the powerful new Fortran 90 programming language. It is organized so that it may either be read from beginning to end, or studied for particular topics. All of the important new features of Fortran 90 are covered by examples, and case studies are used to illustrate the practical use of features. There are also simple problems designed to enable the reader to exercise their knowledge of the topics learned.Amongst the features of this book are:* Free source form, new do and case constructs, recursion, modules, data structures, array processing, internal procedures, optional and keyword arguments, and non-advancing input/output* Extensive examples of Fortran 90 programs* Case studies that illustrate the practical use of Fortran 90 features* Style notes* Extensive discussion of input/output facilities* The complete syntax of Fortran 90About the AuthorsWalter Brainerd is a 20 year member of X3J3, the American National Standards Institute committee that developed Fortran 90, serving as technical director for that committee.Charles Goldberg is Professor of Computer Science at Trenton State University. At IBM he shared in the development of a Fortran compiler.Jeanne Adams was chair of the American National Standards Institute and International Standards Organization committees that developed Fortran 90. She is employed by the Scientific Computing Division of the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
List price: $119.00
Copyright year: 1996
Publication date: 11/8/1995
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
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