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Old   August 10, 2003, 20:11
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First, my apologies for such a question. I'm trying to teach myself CFD in my spare time.

Do any of you have any suggestions for references I could use to teach myself scientific programming in C (or C++)? My codes are very sub-optimal as I don't really have a feel for how to 1)pass matricies to solver subroutines; or 2) create solver subroutines in the first place that can accept the system of equations and operate on them.

Thanks for your help. tom
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Old   August 11, 2003, 04:04
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For C and general background info: "Numerical Recipes in C", Press, Tuekolsky, Vetterling & Flannery. ISBN 0-521-43108-5

For C++, "Scientific and Engineering C++", BArton & NAckman, ISBN 0-201-53393-6.

Or simply skim the books list on this site:
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Old   August 11, 2003, 13:24
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James Date
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This is a good book.

How to Program in C++, Deitel & Deitel

Prentice Hall; ISBN: 0877783799
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