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Fortran: Introduction to Modern Fortran - Booking required

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This course runs over five half-days.

This is a basic introduction to modern Fortran. At the end of the course, students should be able to write significant programs in Fortran, and to be able to start working on existing programs written in modern Fortran (i.e. in the Fortran 90/95 style). It will not cover obsolete features of Fortran, some of the more advanced aspects, or most of the extensions introduced by Fortran 2003.

The course has been rewritten in the light of experience from last year, and will include less on the concepts of programming and more on what practical Fortran programmers need to know (such as a session on Fortran I/O).

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