Professional Programmer's Guide to Fortran77
by Clive G. Page
Publisher: University of Leicester 2005
Number of pages: 180
This guide provides a comprehensive description of the features and implementation of Fortran77 as defined in the ANSI and ISO Standards. Ideal as a text from which to learn a second language, or as a reference guide to a first or main language.
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