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

From: | apofort!metcalf@dxmint.cern.ch (Michael Metcalf) |

Organization: | CERN European Lab for Particle Physics |

Date: | Thu, 28 Jan 1993 07:42:35 GMT |

References: | 93-01-193 |

Keywords: | Fortran, books |

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

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

I collected such wisdom some time ago and published it as "FORTRAN

Optimization", Academic Press, 1985, ISBN 0-12-492482.4. It contains an

extensive bibliography.

It discusses in gory detail not only the examples given by the poster, but

also the I/O list optimization problem that featured in this news group

recently.

A shorter summary appears as Chapter 11 of "Effective FORTRAN 77", Oxford

U. Press, 1985 (busy year), ISBN 0-19-853709-3.

Hope this helps,

Mike Metcalf

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