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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction to the FORTRAN language
1.1 The history of the FORTRAN language
1.2 Why not use another language
1.3 The evolution of Fortran language
Chapter 2 Algorithm
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Concept of algorithm
2.3 Simple examples of algorithm
2.4 Features of algorithm
2.5 How to express algorithm
2.6 Exercises
Chapter 3 Basic elements of Fortran
3.1 Introduction
3.2 The Fortran character set
3.3 The structure of a Fortran program
3.4 The format of a Fortran program
3.5 Constants
3.6 Variables
3.7 Intrinsic functions
3.8 Arithmetic expression
3.9 Assignment statement
3.10 List-directed output statement
3.11 Simple input statement
3.12 PARAMETER statement
3.13 END,STOP and PAUSE statement
3.14 Examples
3.15 Summary
3.16 Exercises
Chapter 4 How to process and run a program
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Compilation and linking
4.3 Debugging Fortran program
4.4 Exercises
Chapter 5 Logical and branching structure
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Logical constants,variables,operators and expression
5.3 Block construct
5.4 The logical IF statement
5.5 The SELECT CASE construct
5.6 Debugging Fortran branches
5.7 Exercises
Chapter 6 Loops
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Control structure:loops
6.3 The iterative or counting loops
6.4 The while loop
6.5 The until loop
6.6 Named loops (Fortran 90)
6.7 The CYCLE and EXIT statements (Fortran 90)
6.8 Debugging Fortran loops
6.9 Exercises
Chapter 7 Data types
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Building the data environment for a problem solution
7.3 Double precision
7.4 Complex data type
7.5 Conversion and operation between four types of numeric data
7.6 Characters
7.7 Exercises
Chapter 8 Output
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Formats and formatted WRITE statements
8.3 Output devices
8.4 Format descriptors
8.5 How formats are used during WRITEs
8.6 Exercises
Chapter 9 Input
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Formatted READ statements
9.3 Integer input–the I descriptor
9.4 Real input-the F descriptor
9.5 Logical input—the L descriptor
9.6 Character input—-the A descriptor
9.7 Horizontal positioning—the X descriptor
9.8 How formats are used during READs
9.9 Exercises
Chapter 10 Arrays
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Declaring arrays
10.3 Using array elements in Fortran statements
10.4 Using whole arrays in Fortran statements (Fortran 90)
10.5 Array storage
10.6 Initialization
10.7 Input and output
10.8 Examples
10.9 When should you use an array
10.10 Exercises
Chapter 11 Procedures
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Function subprogram
11.3 Subroutines
11.4 Passing data between actual argument and dummy argument
11.5 The SAVE statement
11.6 Examples
11.7 Exercises
Chapter 12 Statement function
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Definition of statement function
12.3 Invoking the statement function
12.4 Exercises
Chapter 13 File
13.1 Introduction
13.2 The OPEN statement
13.3 The CLOSE statement
13.4 The READ statement
13.5 The WRITE statement
13.6 File position statement
13.7 Unformatted files
13.8 Direct access files
13.9 Examples
13.10 Exercises
Appendix
Appendix A The ASC Ⅱ character set
Appendix B Intrinsie function in Fortran
Appendix C Clauses allowed in the OPEN statement
Appendix D Clauses allowed in the READ statement
Appendix E The order of statements in a Fortran program
References
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