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|| Time / Location
| General Introduction to the new Fortran2003 standard
|| 2:00 PM in B28-E210
|Interoperability with the C programming language
|| 12:00 PM in B28-E210
|Allocatable array extensions
|| 12:00 PM in B28-E210
| Input/Output enhancements
| Miscellaneous Items A
| Introduction to OO
| OO Inheritance
| OO Polymorphism
| Miscellaneous Items B
- Meeting number: 877-601-2575
- Meeting passcode: 894363
- Meeting number: Coming Soon
- Meeting password: Coming Soon
Abstract for 02/26/08 Class:
Presenter: Dr. Hamid Oloso, SIVO/AMTI
Materials for the presentation can be found at the following link by the
day of the presentation:
Fortran 2003 provides a number of extensions to "allocatable" and
"pointer" attributes. These extensions enable higher performance,
improve safety with regard to memory leaks, and allow more concise
implementations of common idioms involving dynamic memory. In this
seminar, the extensions will be covered with several examples, including
allocatable dummy arguments, function results, components and scalars,
assignment to allocatable arrays, and reusing allocated memory. The
introduction of procedure pointer entities in the standard enables an
entirely new form of abstraction, and we will provide several motivating
examples. The presentation will also touch upon connections of
allocatable with object-oriented (OO) features, but detailed examples
for these will be deferred until the full treatment of OO in F2003.
The seminar will be in informal "brown-bag" format and attendees are
encouraged to participate in form of questions, discussions and
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