CCL: Cremer & Pople Fortran source

 Sent to CCL by: Rick Venable [rvenable]=[]
 On Sat, 15 Oct 2005, Tell Tuttle tell.tuttle* wrote:
 > The program RING, written by Cremer, can be downloaded from the QCPE.
 > It can do what you need.
 	It turns out that while the original RING program QCPE288 is no
 longer available thru QCPE, a Fortran77 "PC" version (?) is available
 under another entry number, QCMP110.  I was confused by the way QCPE
 lists items in their catalog, and the lack of cross referencing.
 	It's a real shame that a lot of this code isn't available as
 open source at this point; one needs a credit card, etc. for this
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