Programming on metal cylinders?
Carlos E Murillo-Sanchez
ce.murillosanchez at gmail.com
Tue Apr 23 21:28:02 CDT 2019
I used Digital Visual FORTRAN quite a bit in the 90's. I still have the
installation CDs for v. 6.0A Professional Edition Intel version from
December, 1998. It featured most VAX extensions, I think. But at the
time, my main research machine was a Sun with twin 200MHz Ultrasparcs.
I wish I could have kept it.
John Foust via cctalk wrote:
> At 03:07 AM 4/23/2019, Dave Wade via cctalk wrote:
>> Do you mean DIGITAL/Compaq FORTRAN for Windows? Or something older such as VAX Fortran which had many extensions.
> Yes, it was under Windows. What do you know about it?
> I find these tips:
> - John
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