Fortran 95 Language Features - Array Handling

Array Handling

Array handling is included in Fortran for two main reasons:

  • the notational convenience it provides, bringing the code closer to the underlying mathematical form;
  • for the additional optimization opportunities it gives compilers (although there are plenty of opportunities for degrading optimization too!).

At the same time, major extensions of the functionality in this area have been added. We have already met whole arrays above and here - now we develop the theme.

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