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

From: | wand@dec5120z.ccs.northeastern.edu (Mitchell Wand) |

Keywords: | Fortran, arithmetic |

Organization: | College of Computer Science, Northeastern University |

References: | 93-01-193 93-01-208 |

Date: | Fri, 29 Jan 1993 17:01:58 GMT |

*> steve@hubcap.clemson.edu ("Steve" Stevenson) writes:*

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

You might also want to look at

David Goldberg,

"What Every Computer Scientist Should Know about Floating-Point Arithmetic"

Computing Surveys, March 1991, 5--49.

It's not Fortran-specific, but Steve's examples suggested a particular

interest in numerical coding.

--Mitch

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Mitchell Wand

College of Computer Science, Northeastern University

360 Huntington Avenue #161CN, Boston, MA 02115 Phone: (617) 437 2072

Internet: wand@ccs.northeastern.edu Fax: (617) 437 5121

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