have you seen www.fortran.com?
arcarlini at iee.org
Wed Dec 19 16:56:03 CST 2007
Chuck Guzis wrote:
> It used to be that the FORTRAN mathlibs at places like Los Alamos and
> Lawrence Livermore were second to none. Sadly, I don't know if
> that's true anymore.
For my doctoral work (using a PDP-11 - probably vintage even then -
and a MicroVAX - shiny and new then, definitely on-topic now), I
used the NAG library for all the number crunching.
My son recently did some work experience with them: they now do C
libraries and (it seems) some Java stuff too. Times change I guess.
> Back on topic before I'm castigated.
Perhaps I've inadvertently stumbled across a solution to the perennial
"is this system on-topic in and of itself". If it can run Java then "no"
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