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Fortran 90 Course Notes by AC Marshall, JS Morgan, JL Schonfelder

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Fortran 90 Course Notes
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Publisher: The University of Liverpool
Number of pages: 278

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Contents: Introduction to Computer Systems; What Are Computer Programs; Introduction; Fortran Evolution; Language Obsolescence; Object Oriented Programming; Fortran 90 Programming; Language Elements; Data Objects; Expressions and Assignment; Control Flow; Mixing Objects of Different Types; Mixing Objects of Different Types; Intrinsic Procedures; Simple Input Output; Arrays; Selected Intrinsic Functions; etc.

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