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Tutorials on Fortran in general:
Links to many tutorials
List of Fortran 90/95 tutorials at the Open Directory
Fortran 95 language features
by Michael Metcalf.
Introduction to Programming using Fortran95
by Ed Jorgensen
Fortran for Environmental Science
by Brian Hanson - good introduction to modern Fortran
Scientific Programming in Fortran 2003: A tutorial including Object-Oriented Programming
by Katherine Holcomb
- note incomplete and not entirely correct in places.
Introduction to Fortran90 Programming by Nick Mclaren
An Interactive Fortran90 Programming Course
from Liverpool University
User Notes on Fortran Programming
- originally by Abraham Agay. This is now somewhat outdated and based mainly on Fortran 77, but still useful in parts.
High Performance Fortran
- from Liverpool University
- Q and A on Fortran.
Hottest Fortran questions
- though not all of the questions have answers. (offline)
Fortran90 for Fortran77 Programmers
Expanded description of Fortran 90/95 intrinsic procedures
- supplements the book “Introduction to Fortran 90/95” by Stephen J. Chapman
Numerical Recipes in Fortran77 and Fortran90
- free on-line version of famous textbook by William Press et al.
Tutorials on specific topics
High Performance Object-oriented Fortran
How to use PGPLOT with Fortran 95 on Windows-XP
How to use DISLIN to create a GUI for Fortran programs
Avoiding unnecessary recompilation of Fortran Modules
by Daniel Grimwood.
How to use Stream Input/Output
- a Fortran 2003 feature now widely available.
How to modernize old Fortran programs
How to setup gfortran with CodeBlocks IDE
- a tutorial shows step by step installation of gfortran and Code Blocks Fortran IDE on Windows.
Integrating Fortran and Java
Fortran DLL and Excel -a 4 step video tutorial
Calling Fortran from C ScreenCast
How to create fortran dll in commandline with intel fortran compiler?
How to create PGPLOT Fortran programs with Intel compiler?
How to create Fortran DLL in Visual Studio with Intel Fortran compiler?
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