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The 9 Best Free Fortran Books - Part 3

The 9 Best Free Fortran Books - Part 3

7. Fortran 77 Programmer's Guide

Fortran 77 Programmer's Guide
Author CJ Silverio, David Graves, and Chris Hogue
Format PDF, HTML
Pages 168

The Fortran 77 Programmer's Guide provides information about implementing Fortran 77 programs.

The book documents compiling, linking, and running Fortran 77 programs, program interfaces, system functions, and subroutines. It is intended for users with some experience with Fortran 77. The online version ships with the Fortran 77 software option. This documentation describes the -o32 compiler.

Chapters include:

  • Introduction
  • Compiling, Linking, and Running Programs
  • Storage Mapping
  • Fortran Program Interfaces
  • System Functions and Subroutines
  • Fortran Enhancements for Multiprocessors
  • Compiling and Debugging Parallel Fortran

8. Introduction to Fortran 95 and Numerical Computing

Introduction to Fortran 95 and Numerical Computing
Author Adrian Sandu
Format PDF
Pages 215

Introduction to Fortran 95 and Numerical Computing provides a good introduction to Fortran 95, the most important language for scientific and engineering computation.

Chapters cover:

  • Quick tour of Fortran 95
  • The Building Blocks of a Fortran Application
  • More on Flow Control
  • Computer Representation of Numbers and Computer Arithmetic
  • Applications Part 1.
  • Intrinsic Functions
  • Input and Output
  • Arrays
  • More on Procedures
  • Parametrised Intrinsic Types
  • Derived Types
  • Pointers and Targets
  • Elements of Object-Oriented Programming
  • Code Performance
  • Linear Systems of Algebraic Equations
  • Linear Least Squares
  • Nonlinear Equations
  • Polynomial Interpolation
  • Numerical Integration
  • Piecewise Polynomial Interpolation, Splines
  • Taylor Polynomials

9. Professional Programmers Guide To Fortran 77

Professional Programmers Guide To Fortran 77
Author Clive G. Page
Format HTML, PDF
Pages 122

Professional Programmers Guide To Fortran 77 provides a comprehensive description of the features and implementation of Fortran 77. Ideal as a text from which to learn a second language, or as a reference guide to a first or main language.

Chapters include:

  • Basic Fortran Concepts - presents some of the basic ideas of Fortran by showing some complete example. Statements, Expressions and Assignments, Integer and Real Data Types, DO Loops, Formatted Output, Functions, IF-blocks, and Arrays are explained
  • Fortran in Practice - describes the steps required to turn a Fortran program from a piece of text into executable form. It covers creating source code, compiling, and linking
  • Program Structure and Layout - explains the rules for program construction and text layout
  • Constants, Variables, and Arrays - deals with the data-storage elements of Fortran: constants, variables, and arrays
  • Arithmetic
  • Character Handling and Logic - describes the facilities for handling non-numerical data in Fortran
  • Control Statements - includes IF-Blocks, DO-Loops, Logical-IF Statement, and more
  • Procedures - Instrinsic functions, Statement functions, External functions, and Subroutines
  • Input/Output Facilities
  • DATA Statement - used to specify initial values for variables and array elements
  • Common Blocks - a list of variables and arrays stored in a named area which may be accessed directly in more than one program unit
  • Obsolete and Deprecated Features
  • Common Extensions to the Fortran Standard

One of the attractions of using Fortran 77 is that Linux has an excellent open source compiler in the form of the GNU Fortran compiler, which is part of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC).

Professional Programmers Guide To Fortran 77 is published under the GNU Free Documentation License Version 1.1.

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