Programs for Programmers


Links to Fortran Resources on the Web

Wikipedia entry Fortran Wikipedia entry
J3 Fortran Standards J3 is the US Fortran standards committee responsible for all Fortran standards including Fortran 2003.
Parallel Computing Extensive Online course material from the High Performance Computing Center, Stuttgart.  Includes English and German slides with audio for Fortran, MPI, OpenMP, HPF and Computational Fluid Dynamics.
OpenMP Official OpenMP site including OpenMP 3.0 draft specification, books, forum and events.
Multi-Core Intel Threading for Multi-Core Developer Community including videos, articles and blogs all relating to parallel programming
Floating-Point Arithmetic What Every Computer Scientist Should Know About Floating-Point Arithmetic
FAQs, Help and Tutorials Links to many Fortran FAQ and Tutorial pages
Fortran 95 features Fortran 95 for Fortran 77 users
Fortran 2003 features New features of Fortran 2003
Comparison with MATLAB and C++ Tables comparing syntax and capabilities of Fortran with MATLAB and C++
comp.lang.fortran Fortran forum
Intel Visual Fortran Forum Intel's forum for the Visual Fortran Compiler for Windows
Function Parser Fortran Function Parser
Notepad++ Notepad++ is a free source code editor and Notepad replacement, which supports several programming languages including Fortran, C++, Postscript and many more.  Other features include Macros, Auto-completion, user-provided API lists and many optional plug-ins.
CrimsonEditor Free source code editor supporting many languages including Fortran.  Features include user tools, macros, spell checker and a very good column-editing mode.
Whitespace Article describing the merits of whitespace!
Fortran 5 Fortran 5 - the band!


Oxford University Press Fortran95/2003 Explained, Metcalf M., Reid J. and Cohen M.
Polyhedron shop Compaq Visual Fortran - A Guide to Creating Windows Applications, Norman Lawrence
Oxford University Press Instructor's Manual to Accompany Modern Fortran 77 for Scientists and Engineers
Polyhedron shop Effective Fortran 77, Michael Metcalf