Programming in Fortran 95
by Rachael Padman
Publisher: University of Cambridge 2007
Number of pages: 50
Contents: The basics; Good programming style; Input to and output from a F95 program; Graphics and visualization; Program organisation: functions and subroutines; Using modules; Numerical precision and more about variables; Use of numerical libraries: NAG.
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