|May 24, 2014, 06:36||
Are there any standards for a "Good" fortran code?
Join Date: Mar 2012
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I am a newbie in CFD area and I have written many codes in FORTRAN but they are very basic and simple. I am posting this for asking for better guidelines.
In order to not make big troubles in the future, I want to know something about the guidelines for a "Good" fortran code. Like good coding style, or any other good habits for Fortran programming of numerical simulation.
What is on the Internet:
For the "current progress" available online, I have found it below.
- I found some guidelines by Google.
Any comment? Better idea?
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