Re: Ten Commandments (On Topic!)

In article <1132567651.181930.30740@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"David Flower" <DavJFlower@xxxxxxx> wrote:


I always hate debugging code like this. Fortran has its own
conventions about rows and columns, and although you can swim
upstream and use the opposite convention, it just makes it harder
for others to work with your code. In fact, after you come back to
your own code in a few days, weeks, months, etc., it is harder to
work on your own code with this backwards convention.

INTEGER MATRIX(MROW,MCOL) ! the way god intended :-)

$.02 -Ron Shepard

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