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Introduction to Programming with Fortran: with coverage of Fortran 90, 95, 2003 and 77.
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iv Fortran 90 student notes
iv Fortran 90 student notes. 110 Floating point manipulation functions 110 Vector and matrix functions 110 Array reduction functions 111 Array enquiry functions 111 Array constructor functions 111 Array reshape and manipulation functions 111 Pointer association status enquiry functions 111 Intrinsic subroutines. In 1958 the second version was released with a number of additions (subroutines, functions, common blocks). A number of other companies then started developing their own versions of compilers (programs which translate the high level commands to machine code) to deal with the problem of portability and machine dependency.