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Q November 4, 2005 05:21

Fortran programming and 64 bit machine
 
Could sombody point out very good article or basic of 64 bit and fortran programming. Thanks Q

Renato November 4, 2005 07:17

Re: Fortran programming and 64 bit machine
 
Could you be more specific in order to help us in helping you?

Are you talking about 64 bits arithmetic precision or memory addressing/capacity?

Are you interested in learning how to program in Fortran or in the features of the language?

Renato.

Q November 4, 2005 08:08

Re: Fortran programming and 64 bit machine
 
Are you talking about 64 bits arithmetic precision or memory addressing/capacity?--Yes I want this Q

Yue November 6, 2005 15:03

Re: Fortran programming and 64 bit machine
 
In fact, the title "64 bit machine" show that it is 64 bits memory addressing/capacity. To the best of my knowledge, no such kind of this book has been pubished.

Steve November 7, 2005 06:18

Re: Fortran programming and 64 bit machine
 
64-bit porting raises compiler-specific issues, generally documented by the vendors. For example, here are links to documentation from Sun and SGI:

http://www.sun.com/software/sundev/p...Compilers.html

http://techpubs.sgi.com/library/tpl/...html/ch02.html



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