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Programming (C, FORTRAN, etc.)
Mixing Code in C, C++, and FORTRAN on Unix
It is becoming increasingly common for engineers to write different parts of a final program in different languages. For example, you might use legacy FORTRAN ...
Automated Program Compilation with 'make'
make is a utility designed to automatically determine which pieces of a large program need to be recompiled, and then issue the commands to automatically ...
Debugging C or FORTRAN Programs with gdb
Some of our FORTRAN users needed a source code debugger, allowing them to step through their code, examine variables, etc. The following documentation on the ...
Writing and Compiling C, C++, Java, or FORTRAN Programs on Unix Systems
Both free and commercial compilers for C, C++, and FORTRAN are available on all Unix systems in the CAE Lab. The following is a brief introduction to editing, ...
Adding Fortran subroutines to wxWindows GUI code
As mentioned in the mixed-languages notes, you may need to add a C++ graphical user interface to existing Fortran numerical codes. For the purposes of this ...