By Walter S. Brainerd
A primary functional advisor to Fortran ninety through participants of the X3J3 Committee. this can be a instructional on Fortran ninety for programmers and engineers and scientists who paintings with Fortran seventy seven and wish to profit the seriously revised criteria supplied for in Fortran ninety. lined during this consultant to programming languages are simple rules, easy programming routines, various examples and difficulties. Written through 4 senior participants of the ANSI Fortran criteria Committee X3J3, this ebook serves as a short resource of data for practicing pros.
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Extra info for A Programmer's Guide to Fortran 90
In simple terms, Fortran 90 provides internal procedures with an explicit interface allowing the compiler to check for any argument inconsistencies. Manchester and North HPC T&EC 37 Fortran 90 Structured Fortran 90 programs will consist of a main program and modules containing specifications, interfaces and procedures - external procedures no longer being required. The introduction of many new features such as derived types, overloading, internal subprograms and modules make possible the creation of sophisticated Fortran 90 code.
2 Subscript Triplets The form of a subscript triplet is: [lower bound]:[upper bound][:stride] If either the lower bound or upper bound is omitted, then the bound of the array from which the array section is extracted is assumed, and if stride is omitted the default stride=1 is used. The following examples show various array sections of an array using subscript triplets. The elements marked with x denote the array section. Let the defined array from which the array section is extracted be a 5x5 array.
This may be zero. Two arrays are said to be conformable if they have the same shape. All arrays are conformable with a scalar, as the scalar is broadcast to an array with the same shape. Take, for example the following arrays: REAL, DIMENSION :: a(-3:4,7) REAL, DIMENSION :: b(8,2:8) REAL, DIMENSION :: d(8,1:8) INTEGER :: c The array a has • rank 2 • extents 8 and 7 • shape (/8,7/) Manchester and North HPC T&EC 41 Fortran 90 • size 56 Also, a is conformable with b and c, as b has shape (/8,7/) and c is scalar.