Modern Fortran Programming

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Modern Fortran Programming is a page for developing fortran codes in modern fortran 2003, 2008 standard. It contains several light projects including: + ogpf: Object based interface to gnuplot from fortran + rkf: RKF revisited! [under development] + . . .



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