Fortran 77 Training Course Outline
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Go to G&G Inc's Fortran Training and Resource page.Fortran 77 Language Programming Description This course presents the Fortran 77 language for programmers who do not know Fortran. The Fortran 77 language will addressed for programmers who know C, Pascal, BASIC or some other high level language. The language syntax, structure, variable types, and usage will all be explained in detail. It also discusses the f77 command linei and libraries. Prerequisites o programming experience o Experience with appropriate OS commands Length 5 days Skills addressed o Understand Fortran 77 language syntax o Understand variable types o Understand arrays and memory use o Understand DO loops and IF-THEN-ELSE structures o Understand intrinsics and standard libraries o Understand f77 command line, specific to your hardware and software o Understand I/O structure, both formatted and unformatted o Understand compiler concepts and performance issues Location o Customer site on request Notes o The length and contents of this course can be tailored to the individual needs of a customer site. Course Schedule Day 1 Fortran 77 features Source Form - Language Elements Data Types and Usage - Integer, Real and Character types - Arithmetic, expressions and assignment Control Structures - DO loops - IF statements Day 2 Data Types and Usage (continued) - Arrays - Character Strings Basic I/O Formats Day 3 Character Handling Procedures - Subroutines - Functions - Intrinsic Procedures Complex and Logical types Day 4 Multidimensional Arrays Global Data - Common Blocks Double Precision Day 5 Input / Output Fortran 77 intrinsics and Libraries - Mixing Fortran77 and Other languages Suggested Book: Fortran 77 Programming - T. M. R. Ellis (2nd Ed.) Addison Wesley, Wokingham, 1990, ISBN 0-201-41638-7Back to G&G Inc's home page.
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