Posts Tagged ‘tutorial’

My first FORTRAN 77 program

Posted: 27th September 2011 by Tim in Fortran
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With sophisticated programming languages such as C++ and Java, it’s surprising to learn that FORTRAN is still widely used in the real world. FORTRAN 77, although approaching 35 years old, forms the backbone of many large-scale systems, and requires maintenance every now and then. I also believe that knowing basic FORTRAN 77 provides a useful […]

This tutorial is for those who have gone through the first and second LaTeX tutorials, and should give you the knowledge required to understand more specific LaTeX tips both on this site and on other websites. This tutorial will cover Packages and the basics of math mode. Packages Much like in programming, additional functionality can […]

LaTeX has the ability to draw images out of the box. The drawing functionality is pretty basic — lines, circles, boxes and the like — but perfect for most simple diagrams. This tutorial will be split into three sections: configuring the environment, different ways of drawing shapes, and a description of the shapes themselves. Configuring […]