Beliavsky

08-02-2007, 04:23 PM

I see that the 3rd edition of Numerical Recipes in C++ will be published soon. I'd like to see a Fortran 95 version, becase the 3rd edition has some new algorithms. Will there be one?

3rd edition of NR in Fortran 90 or 95?

Beliavsky

08-02-2007, 04:23 PM

I see that the 3rd edition of Numerical Recipes in C++ will be published soon. I'd like to see a Fortran 95 version, becase the 3rd edition has some new algorithms. Will there be one?

Bill Press

08-03-2007, 11:32 AM

Thanks for your question. We have no plans for a Fortran 3rd edition of NR. One reason is that the 3rd edition makes use of a lot of object-oriented constructions that would be rather difficult to implement in any version of Fortran, even modern ones like 90, 95, 2000 (and utterly impossible in Fortran 77).

Cheers,

Bill P.

Cheers,

Bill P.

Ricker

10-11-2007, 01:26 PM

This is really too bad. I was going to purchase a copy of the third edition, but I will probably stay with the second edition since the third will not have a Fortran version.

sasha

01-02-2011, 03:21 PM

Thanks for your question. We have no plans for a Fortran 3rd edition of NR. One reason is that the 3rd edition makes use of a lot of object-oriented constructions that would be rather difficult to implement in any version of Fortran, even modern ones like 90, 95, 2000 (and utterly impossible in Fortran 77).

Cheers,

Bill P.

How can I call the 3rd edition subroutines from a Fortran 95 or 2003 program ?

Cheers,

Bill P.

How can I call the 3rd edition subroutines from a Fortran 95 or 2003 program ?