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roman_numerals.f90 - a Roman numerals module.
Fortran with Excel -A gfortran example to call fortran from excel
How to Create Fortran DLL in Visual studio - A google powerpoint presentation on how to create a fortran DLL with Intel Compiler in Visual Studio 2005/2008
Binary STL file reader in fortran Binary STL file reader in fortran
Quine in fortran 90 While Fortran has been thought to develop scientific applications, it can also be used for programmer amusement, here is a nice quine written in Fortran. A quine is a computer program which takes no input and produces a copy of its own source code as its only output.
Let It Snow in Fortran Inspired by google’s let it snow, this is let it snow animation in fortran using pgplot graphics library.
Value of PI by Monte Carlo Method Fortran code to determine the value of PI using Monte Carlo Method.
Fireworks animation in Fortran Fireworks animation using Fortran PGPLOT libraries.
Heart in Fortran Generating Heart with Fortran code using pgplot.
ogpf An object-based Fortran 2003 / 2008 interface to gnuplot.
Hermite Polynomial Fortran module to generate hermite polynomials
Random number generator codes in fortran for probability distribution Fortran module to generate non-uniform random numbers
A Beginners Guide to Integrate java and Fortran in windows Simple tutorial on mixing JAVA and Fortran