Re: Modules and allocating
- From: viper-2 <agt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 27 Jun 2010 07:07:42 -0700 (PDT)
I am sure that I good papery reference book is irreplaceable.
Would you suggest me some titles?
Anyway do you know some useful links?
Tutorials step-by-step would be welcome.
Yes, the dead tree versions do have advantages - for one thing,
they're better for your eyesight. Fortran 95/2003 explained comes
highly recommended in this group.
Electronic editions have their own strengths too! Finding exactly what
you want is fast and easy because your computer will let you search
and copy, so here are a few of my links that I found useful last year
when I was learning re-Fortran:
Clive Page maintains a list of resources at:
Michel Olagnon also has a list here:
and this is yet another resource page:
You really do have to google, in the archives for this group and on
the web generally, to find what you want. Good luck!
Freedom - no pane, all gaiGN!
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