Re: Multithreaded scientific programming

Mark Westwood wrote:
Don't worry that Fortran is as old as the hills, Wikipedia has a good
description of Fortran 95 which is the version that most of us are
writing in these days. And Fortran 2003 and Fortran 2008 have more
useful features.

I was using Fortran II (on an IBM 709) back in 1960.

It is a dreadful language, but it has one sterling virtue: it is not Cobol.

Bob Kolker


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