Modern Fortran (Manning)
Monday, 30 November 2020

In this practical guide, subtitled "Building efficient parallel applications", author Milan Curcic starts from the essentials of  modern Fortran, with a focus on reusable modules, functions, and subroutines before diving into Fortran's unique approach to parallel programming with coarrays. He then systematically explores all the really interesting stuff: how to overload operators and generic functions, work with a variety of different inputs and outputs, and much more. Finally, readers will take on advanced parallelism with teams and events, and interoperability with C.

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Author: Milan Curcic
Publisher: Manning
Date: November 2020
Pages: 416
ISBN: 978-1617295287
Print: 1617295280
Audience: Fortran programmers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Other Languages

 

 

 

modernfortran

 

  • Fortran's place in the modern world
  • Working with variables, arrays, and functions
  • Module development
  • Parallelism with coarrays, teams, and events
  • Interoperating Fortran with C

 

 

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