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

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

Keywords: | Fortran, optimize |

Organization: | Clemson University |

References: | 93-01-193 93-01-213 |

Date: | Fri, 29 Jan 1993 14:30:29 GMT |

davidm@questor.rational.com (David Moore) writes:

*>[re folk Fortran wisdom]*

*>The point is that any decent optimizing compiler is going to recognize all*

*>of these "bad" forms and convert them into something better.*

The point is that the left and right hand columns are from a current

teaching module from NCSA. Compilers and compiler people do not

necessarily get through to the people who are actually coding. The reason

to look for this stuff is to find out what people are being told.

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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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