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Define and Display a Matrix The program reads the first input as (1,1), the second input as […]
A computer program works the same way a child learns to carry out complex mathematical sums from […]
FORTRAN programs become very lengthy while solving real engineering problems. To deal with such lengthy codes, the […]
IF Statements Logical IF statement IF statements execute conditional instructions. These statements make the program naughty. For […]
Read & Write statements A file is a sequence of records that itself is a sequence of […]
An input statement reads the information from an input device or a file. It then separates the […]
1. Arithmetic Operations Arithmetic operations are denoted by following arithmetic operators: Addition + Subtraction – Multiplication * […]
In the earlier posts, we have provided the details on how to get started with FORTRAN77 and […]
FORTRAN is a general-purpose, the first-ever high-level programming language used for mathematical computations. It is an acronym […]


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