Introduction to Fortran 90/95
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Introduction to Computers and the Fortran Language
Basic Elements of Fortran
Control Structures and Program Design
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algorithm ALLOCATE answers appear argument array assignment statement associated average block calculate calling character clause coefficients column compiler complex component constant construct containing continued data set defined derived data type Description descriptor determine device DIMENSION dummy elements END PROGRAM Enter equation error evaluated example executed expression FALSE FORMAT Fortran Fortran program function given IMPLICIT initialized input data input values INTEGER INTENT interface intrinsic kind logical loop mean memory module Note nvals OPEN operator optional output PARAMETER passed perform pointer points position possible precision problem procedure produce program unit quiz range REAL Record result Returns roots single solution sort specified square standard statement status steps stored string subroutine subscript Table temp TRUE valid variable vector WRITE