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Group provides an open forum for Fortran users, distributes information about Fortran, promotes the language, and encourages its development. Describes goals and activities of group and contains presentations from meetings.
Article describing why the Cloudy astronomy program was converted from Fortran to C.
Fortran 90/95/2003 discussion group, with archived messages. Members of the Fortran standards committee and other experts participate.
Provides products, services, and training for the Fortran programming language and a collection of links, resources, and source code.
Addresses the Fortran language, its uses, profitability, standardization, further evolution, and the implementation of Fortran compilers. Published three times a year by the Association for Computing Machinery.
Self-help group of RISC OS users who use Fortran, mainly for scientific applications.
A directory of Fortran resources including books, tutorials, compilers, and free software.
List of resources by Clive Page.
A collection of Fortran links compiled by H. D. Knoble.
An open venue for documenting and discussing all aspects of the Fortran programming language and scientific computing. Includes source code, tools, discussion, news, and an FAQ.
Fortran training and consultancy service. Provides information on courses, consulting, and books as well as general Fortran resources.
Article by Jeanne Adams discussing various aspects of the exception-handling technical report.
By J. Qiang, R. Ryne, and S. Habib R. Ryne. [PDF]
Programming method to ease the job of writing parallel programs for massively parallel computers by providing constructs to coordinate non-local memory accesses. Central is an operator specifying location of off-processor variables and an operator for aggregate operations.
Paper by Tim Hopkins, which can be downloaded in PostScript format.
Information about running Fortran codes under Linux, by Jeff Templon. Describes and compares the available compilers.
Service to convert Fortran 77 to fully ANSI/ISO compliant C++ to preserve the value of the code and existing documentation.
Fortran compilers, tools and libraries, Mathematica, Tecplot, and consultancy services.
Opinion essay on how object-orientation and genericity should be added to Fortran. By Werner W. Schulz. (March 10, 1998)
Service to convert Fortran 77 to fully ANSI/ISO compliant C++ to preserve the value of the code and existing documentation.
Provides products, services, and training for the Fortran programming language and a collection of links, resources, and source code.
Fortran 90/95/2003 discussion group, with archived messages. Members of the Fortran standards committee and other experts participate.
Addresses the Fortran language, its uses, profitability, standardization, further evolution, and the implementation of Fortran compilers. Published three times a year by the Association for Computing Machinery.
A collection of Fortran links compiled by H. D. Knoble.
Fortran training and consultancy service. Provides information on courses, consulting, and books as well as general Fortran resources.
A directory of Fortran resources including books, tutorials, compilers, and free software.
Group provides an open forum for Fortran users, distributes information about Fortran, promotes the language, and encourages its development. Describes goals and activities of group and contains presentations from meetings.
Self-help group of RISC OS users who use Fortran, mainly for scientific applications.
An open venue for documenting and discussing all aspects of the Fortran programming language and scientific computing. Includes source code, tools, discussion, news, and an FAQ.
By J. Qiang, R. Ryne, and S. Habib R. Ryne. [PDF]
Article by Jeanne Adams discussing various aspects of the exception-handling technical report.
Fortran compilers, tools and libraries, Mathematica, Tecplot, and consultancy services.
Article describing why the Cloudy astronomy program was converted from Fortran to C.
Programming method to ease the job of writing parallel programs for massively parallel computers by providing constructs to coordinate non-local memory accesses. Central is an operator specifying location of off-processor variables and an operator for aggregate operations.
Information about running Fortran codes under Linux, by Jeff Templon. Describes and compares the available compilers.
Paper by Tim Hopkins, which can be downloaded in PostScript format.
List of resources by Clive Page.
Opinion essay on how object-orientation and genericity should be added to Fortran. By Werner W. Schulz. (March 10, 1998)

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