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1.2 Running the program
1.3 Variables and expressions
1.4 Other variable types: integer, complex and character
1.5 Intrinsic functions
1.6 Logical controls
1.7 Advanced use of if and logical comparisons
1.8 Repeating ourselves with loops: do
1.9 The stop statement
1.10 Arrays
1.11 Array arithmetic
2 Good Programming Style
2.1 Readability
2.2 Self-checking code
2.3 Write clear code that relates to the physics
3. Input to and output from a F95 program
3.1 F95 statements for I/O
4 Graphics and Visualisation
4.1 Plotting a data file
4.2 Getting help
4.3 Further examples
4.4 Printing graphs into PostScript files
Suggested Exercise 1
5. Program Organisation: Functions and Subroutines
5.1 Functions
5.2 Formal definition
5.3 Subroutines
5.4 Local and global variables
5.5 Passing arrays to subroutines and functions
5.5.1 Size and shape of array known
5.5.2 Arrays of unknown shape and size
5.6 The intent and save attributes
6. Using Modules
6.1 Modules
6.2 public and private attributes
7 Numerical precision and more about variables
7.1 Entering numerical values
7.2 Numerical Accuracy
8 Use of numerical libraries: NAG
8.2 A non-trivial NAG example: matrix determinant
9 Some more topics
Suggested Exercise 2
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