Report on Fortran as a programming language. Kreitzberg, C & Shnediderman, B. (1982). FORTRAN Programming. New York: Harcourt.
Computers are electronic devices that perform calculations in millionths of a second. Unlike other computational aids, such as adding machines, computers must be designed to operate with limited human attention. The comparatively slow reactions of human users would severely reduce the computer's tremendous productivity.
Because computers operate without human intervention, before the computer can be utilized, the calculations to be performed must be completely specified. A set of instructions prepared for the computer is called a program.
The program specifies the computations to be p…
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- Report on Fortran as a programming language. Kreitzberg, C & Shnediderman, B. (1982). FORTRAN Programming. New York: Harcourt.
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