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Newsgroups: | comp.compilers,comp.lang.fortran |

From: | steve@hubcap.clemson.edu ("Steve" Stevenson) |

Organization: | Clemson University |

Date: | Tue, 26 Jan 1993 16:45:55 GMT |

Keywords: | Fortran, question |

I am trying to make a catalog of folk wisdom in fortran programming. I already

have a some theorems. For example:

BAD GOOD

x = y/2.0 x=y*0.5

a**5 (a*a)*(a*a)*a

2.0*x x+x

I would appreciate any such words of wisdom you might have.

I'll collect and broadcast a compilation.

Steve

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Steve (really "D. E.") Stevenson steve@hubcap.clemson.edu

Department of Computer Science, (803)656-5880.mabell

Clemson University, Clemson, SC 29634-1906

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