RE: CCL:Textbook of Fortan 95!



There is a Numerical Recipes in Fortran.
 It's available online at http://www.library.cornell.edu/nr/nr_index.cgi.
 >-- Original Message --
 >From: Wai-To Chan <chan{at}curl.gkcl.yorku.ca>
 >Subject: CCL:Textbook of Fortan 95!
 >To: chemistry{at}ccl.net
 >Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2003 01:40:37 -0500 (EST)
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 >  Dear all,
 >
 >  I want to find a textbook for Fortran 95 (if there is PPT edition, it
 is
 >much better).  This course is for the science and engineering students
 with
 >a goal of numerical calculation.
 >
 > Thanks
 >
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 >
 >   I have this Fortran text
 >
 >Fortran 90/95 for Scientists and Engineers (1st edition 1998)
 >by Stephen J. Chapman
 >WCB/McGrawHill
 >
 >  It is 874 pages long but much of the text is taken up by
 >program listings and I didn't find it particularly wordy. There is one
 >chapter on numerical methods which covers basics such as least-square fits
 >and numerical integration. I found the book generally easy to follow.
 >I don't remember how much I paid for it. But it is not a hard-cover text
 >so
 >I presume it is not outrageously pricey . Another text I used
 >as a supplement is
 >
 >FORTRAN 90/95 explained (2nd edition 1999)
 >Michael Metcalf and John Reid
 >Oxford university press
 >
 >  This is a short ppt and should be relatively cheap.
 >This book is mainly a delineation of the standard elements of
 >Fortran 90/95 not a classroom text. As such it is more useful for
 >instructors than students.
 >
 >Wai-To Chan
 >
 >
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 Noel O'Boyle
 Han Vos Research Group
 School of Chemical Sciences
 Dublin City University
 http://www.dcu.ie/~chemist/Staffpages/han_vos.htm