Modern Fortran Explained 5th Ed (Oxford University Press)
Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Written by Michael Metcalf, John Reid and Malcolm Cohen, all leading experts in the field, two of whom have actively contributed to Fortran 2018, this is a complete and authoritative description of Fortran in its latest form. It is intended for new and existing users of the language, and for all those involved in scientific and numerical computing. Four new chapters describe the additional features of Fortran 2018, with its enhancements to coarrays for parallel programming, interoperability with C, IEEE arithmetic, and various other improvements.

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Author: Michael Metcalf, John Reid and Malcolm Cohen
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Date: November 2018
Pages: 544
ISBN: 978-0198811886
Print: 0198811888
Kindle: B07LGZKJ4X
Audience: Fortran developers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Other Languages

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