FORTRAN For The '90s is a thorough introduction to programming in Fortran that explores a wide range of applications in science and engineering. Special features of this text include an introduction to Fortran 90 and an early preview of subroutines-highlighting critical concepts that are developed further as the reader masters the range of tools necessary to make effective use of them. The careful pacing of FORTRAN For The '90s enables readers to become actively involved in creative problem solving while mastering the power of Fortran 77 and looking ahead to Fortran 90. This approach builds a permanent programming vocabulary and an arsenal of programming tips and tricks that will serve both academic and professional needs for years to come. Feature's: * includes an earlv preview of subroutines helps introduce Fortran 90 by discussing its impact on existing programs and techniques throughout the text and in an appendix covers exciting new applications such as simulations and models, pattern recognition, scientific visualization, and fractals contains hundreds of examples and worked problems geared specifically to the needs of beginning scientists and engineersanswers to approximatelv one-quarter of the exercises are located in the back of the book.
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Book Description W H Freeman & Co (Sd), 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0716782472