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This guide shows Fortran programmers how to adapt their language's rich legacy of engineering and scientific routines to C without having to go back to the basics. James F.Kerrigan shows how to use existing knowledge to translate Fortran programming constructs into equivalent C elements. He provides an in-depth comparison of Fortran and ANSI C programming concepts, with extensive code examples to illustrate the features of each language. In addition to a parallel analysis of program structures, the book examines each Fortran command and defines its counterpart in C, describes input/output and error control mechanisms in both languages, and identifies specific C attributes that do not appear in Fortran.
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Book Description Windcrest, 1991. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110830676619