Fortran

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== Compilers ==
 
== Compilers ==
  
Several commercial and open-source Fortran compilers are available for [[Windows|Microsoft Windows]], [[Linux]], [[Unix]], and [[Mac OS X|macOS]] (see Fortran Wiki). GNU Fortran is part of the GNU Compiler Collection, Flang is a Fortran front-end for LLVM. Both support the Fortran standards 2003 and 2008.
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Several commercial and open-source Fortran compilers are available for [[Windows|Microsoft Windows]], [[Linux]], [[Unix]], and [[Mac OS X|macOS]] (see [http://fortranwiki.org/fortran/show/Compilers Fortran Wiki]). GNU Fortran is part of the GNU Compiler Collection, Flang is a Fortran front-end for LLVM. Both support the Fortran standards 2003 and 2008.
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== Related Links ==
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* [http://fortranwiki.org/ Fortran Wiki]
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* [https://cyber.dabamos.de/programming/modernfortran/ Modern Fortran Examples]
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* [https://rosettacode.org/wiki/Category:Fortran Rosetta Code Examples]
  
 
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Background

Fortran is a general-purpose programming language developed by IBM in the 1950s for scientific and engineering applications. The latest Fortran standards 2003 and 2008 added support for object-oriented programming, inheritance, polymorphism, and parallel processing. Libraries written in C can be linked with the iso_c_binding. Interfaces to ncurses, xlib, and OpenGL exist. Some Fortran compilers have Unicode support.

Compilers

Several commercial and open-source Fortran compilers are available for Microsoft Windows, Linux, Unix, and macOS (see Fortran Wiki). GNU Fortran is part of the GNU Compiler Collection, Flang is a Fortran front-end for LLVM. Both support the Fortran standards 2003 and 2008.

Related Links

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