Month: September 2014

Python Fortran Rosetta Stone has a nice page showing side-by-side comparisons of the same code in both NumPy and Fortran.  Aside from a few weird quirks (see the array slice examples), Python code should be easily understandable by a Fortran programmer.

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Object Oriented Runge-Kutta Module

Fortran 2003 was a significant update to Fortran 95 (probably something on the order of the update from C to C++).  It brought Fortran into the modern computing world with the addition of object oriented programming features such as type extension

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