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- 出版社: Addison Wesley (1994/5/31)
- 言語: 英語
- ISBN-10: 0201544466
- ISBN-13: 978-0201544466
- 発売日： 1994/5/31
- 商品パッケージの寸法: 17 x 3.8 x 23.4 cm
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Fortran 90 Programming (International Computer Science Series) (英語) ペーパーバック – 1994/5/31
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T.M.R. Ellis is Director of the Educational Technology Resources Centre at the University of Oxford. He has taught and written about Fortran for over 25 years, and was a member of both the ANSI and ISO committees responsible for developing the Fortran 90 and Fortran 95 standards. He is currently Convenor of the ISO Fortran Working Group which is responsible for all future development of Fortran.
Ivor R. Philips is a Senior Principal Mathematician at Boeing in Seattle, Washington. A specialist in numerical analysis, he has led a team of experts in creating the Boeing Fortran subprogram libraries, and was head of the US delegation to the ISO Fortran Working Group during the creation of Fortran 90.
About Thomas M. Lahey
Thomas M. Lahey runs his own company, Lahey Computer Systems, Inc., in Incline Valley, Nevada, which develops and markets Fortran compilers for the PC market, setting the standard by which other compilers are measured. He was responsible for the first FORTRAN 77 compiler available upon approval of the standard.
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The biggest negative I find is that the book is extremely dogmatic in its comments on programming style. Comments like "This feature is included for compatibility with earlier versions of FORTRAN, but should never be used in new programs" are heavily scattered through the book. Although I am now retired, I spent decades as a FORTRAN programmer -- admittedly, never using F90 specifically -- and if I were to be writing code to be used under a F90 compiler system, I would never code in the way the authors advise. There are features of F90 that I might use, but some of the authors' dogmatic statements (which could apply to F77 code too, in many cases) are 180 degrees removed from my own ideas as to what constitutes easy-to-read FORTRAN code.