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Object-Oriented Programming via Fortran 90/95

Object-Oriented Programming via Fortran 90/95

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  • Author: Ed Akin, Rice University, Houston
  • Date Published: March 2003
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521524087

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  • Learn how to write technical applications in a modern object-oriented approach, using Fortran 90 or 95. This book will teach you how to stop focusing on the traditional procedural abilities of Fortran and to employ the principles of object-oriented programming to produce clear, highly efficient executable codes. Get ready now to take advantage of all the features of the finalized, fully object-oriented Fortran 200X! In addition to covering the OOP methodologies the book also covers the basic foundation of the language and good programming skills, making the book valuable also as a good migration tool for experienced Fortran programmers who want to smoothly pick up the OOP paradigm. The author highlights common themes by using comparisons with Matlab and C++ and uses numerous cross-referenced examples to convey all concepts quickly and clearly. Complete code for the examples is included on the book's web page.

    •  First book on Fortran 90/95 to emphasize object-oriented programming
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    • Date Published: March 2003
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521524087
    • length: 362 pages
    • dimensions: 251 x 173 x 18 mm
    • weight: 0.59kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Program design
    2. Data types
    3. Object oriented programming concepts
    4. Features of programming languages
    5. Object oriented methods
    6. Inheritance and polymorphism
    7. OO data structures
    8. Arrays and matrices
    9. Advanced topics
    A. Bibliography
    B. Fortran90 overview
    C. Selected exercise solutions
    D. Companion C++ examples
    E. Glossary of object oriented terms
    F. Subject index
    G. Program index.

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