Appendix A. Mixed Language C/C++ FORTRAN Programming


There is a good chance that engineers who have been in the business for a while have accumulated a few dusty old FORTRAN programs, functions, or subroutines that represent some pretty valuable legacy code. If these coded routines weren’t considered valuable, the engineers more than likely would never have saved them. But typically these routines represent a treasure chest of tested, debugged, and proven code that is still relevant in today’s engineering environment. The one big problem is that most of the software development today is in C or C++.

If this is the predicament that you find yourself ...

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