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I see, by count, that there are now 1 genuine forran postings per 3 pages of titles. At 30 odd titles per page, that makes it close to a 99% spam proportion.Anybody know how something can be done? Or where to report in Google? Where I've never ever seen a reply in the Help Forum? Repeat: some readers cannot have a... 4 May 2010 00:14
Usage of iso_c_binding
I am trying to get a simple example working to invoke a fortran subroutine from C++. I have based my simple example off of the example provided in 14.10 of "fortran 95/2003 explained" by Metcalf, Reid, and Cohen. Their example C code (I am using C++) was incomplete, so I created my own example, as best I could, bas... 9 Apr 2010 22:17
Posix fortran and the gnu toolchain
On 2010-04-09, Uno <merrilljensen(a)> wrote: I've been working through unix material since the beginning of the year. Until now, I hadn't found a role with fortran in doing so, but that was before I read Jason Blevins' post on posix fortran. I'm trying to replicate this material and so far have a h... 16 Apr 2010 12:50
Do Loops
In thermodynamics we often have to evaluate expressions like the following: Sum_i Sum_k (x_i * x_k * A_ik * (1-K_ik)) where A_ik=sqrt(A_i * A_k) The indices i and k run from 1 to the number of components in a mixture. For a mixture of 200 components (very typical) we often have to do this calculation around ... 8 Apr 2010 13:59
Why is Ada considered "too specialized" for scientific use
On 6 Apr., 19:53, Sebastian Hanigk <sebastian.han...(a)> wrote: Warren <ve3...(a)> writes: Obviously Fortran persists because of existing code base and those that only "know" that. But egads, the current rendition of Fortran seem to have so many "bags on the side" and is downright "... 25 Apr 2010 13:15
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Why is Ada considered "too specialized" for scientific use
On 4/4/10 6:46 AM, Nasser M. Abbasi wrote: I was browsing the net for scientific software written in Ada, and came across this strange statement: "Scientific programming languages What is the best high-level language to use for scientifi... 19 May 2010 11:32
reading through a directory of files with no common denominator
I need to read through a directory of files, that share no difference in their names ... uhmm, they share some differences, but nothing that can be relied upon. It is some measurement data for a base of models, with file names like m1023.dat 4665.dat 4666-1.dat and 184.dat And then the variations ... m1024... 8 Apr 2010 13:59
gfortran included in debian-live "rescue" CD version 5.03
The debian-live "rescue" CD is much more than the usual linux rescue CD. Those of us who date back before the graphic user interface will recognize it as a full-fledged, complete unix system. As of version 5.03, it now includes gfortran. ... 3 Apr 2010 22:30
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