- n. a high-level programing language for mathematical and scientific purposes; stands for formula translation
“They are not really as big as the bloated fortran would have you believe, but they are, in places, subtle.”
“I do numerical models (written in fortran) for atmospheric chemistry, and I certainly do use “tricks” in my research (and in my code).”
“Buckland: However a more basic question should be asked — Why are you still using fortran?”
“The last job that I actually used fortran was about 1987.”
“However a more basic question should be asked — Why are you still using fortran?”
“Several are in the public domain and are available on-line they are almost always written in fortran.”
“I had forgotten that the 1994 USHCN edition at CDIAC has some fortran programs.”
“Web search engines are your friend, do a search on: implicit fortran”
“This tells the fortran runtime to use byte swapping on only channel 11.”
“The tool comprises of ksh/perl/fortran/C latter two cross-compiled software.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘fortran’.
The last time someone tried this theme, it was a closed list with only two words; time to make amends. Scripting languages, etc. are also fair game...
Words from the songs of Frank Black, a.k.a. Black Francis
Looking for tweets for fortran.