Month: May 2015

Topological Sorting

Topological sorting can be used to determine the order in which a collection of interdependent tasks must be performed. For example, when building a complex modern Fortran application, there can be many modules with complex interdependencies (via use association). A Fortran building system (like FoBiS,

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Fortran File Extensions

Part of the confusion about modern Fortran is what file extension to use. This confusion has its roots in the Fortran 90 standard (ISO/IEC 1539:1991) and the introduction of “free-form” source (the older FORTRAN 77 punched-card style was renamed “fixed-form”

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