An in-depth comparison of Fortran and ANSI C programming concepts, with extensive code examples to illustrate the features of each language. This book examines each Fortran command and defines its counterpart in C, describes input/output and error control mechanisms in both languages, and identifies specific C attributes that do not appear in Fortran.Signal handling enables an executing program to manage external interrupts and certain internal conditions. The C standard signal function can establish a trap ... SIGILL illegal instruction. SIGINT interrupt (i.e., some keyboard entry defined byanbsp;...
|Title||:||From Fortran to C|
|Author||:||James F. Kerrigan|
|Publisher||:||Tab Books - 1991|