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Fortran (Formule Transformation) is een hogere programmertaal in 1957 opgericht om wetenschappers, ingenieurs en wiskundigen te helpen. Over de hele wereld werd, mede door vele univesiteiten, deze website Fortran Start Page heel vaak geraadpleegd. Voor het wereldwijde internet was gebruikte men Simtel († 2013) om via User's Groups te communiceren. Voor Fortran was dat de bekende Fortran User's Group...

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Online Tutorial for Win by V.Vasilchenko


Basis of Fortran by Dr. R.E. Smith

 What is Fortran ?
"Fortran is the most widely used programming language in the world for numerical applications. It has achieved this position partly by being on the scene earlier than any of the other major languages and partly because it seems gradually to have evolved the features which its users, especially scientists and engineers, found most useful. In order to retain compatibility with old programs, Fortran has advanced mainly by adding new features rather than by removing old ones. The net result is, of course, that some parts of the language are, by present standards, rather archaic: some of these can be avoided easily, others can still be a nuisance."  (Clive Page)
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