Any ideas that your manual syntax mapping would evolve to an automatic translation tool like i2py [http://code.google.com/p/i2py/]
On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 12:22 PM, Ondřej Čertík firstname.lastname@example.org:
I have recently setup a page about modern Fortran:
and in particular, it has a long section with side by side syntax examples of Python/NumPy vs Fortran:
I would be very interested if some NumPy gurus would provide me feedback. I personally knew NumPy long before I learned Fortran, and I was amazed that the modern Fortran pretty much allows 1:1 syntax with NumPy, including most of all the fancy indexing etc.
Is there some NumPy feature that is not covered there? I would like it to be a nice resource for people who know NumPy to feel like at home with Fortran, and vice versa. I personally use both every day (Fortran a bit more than NumPy).
Or of you have any other comments or tips for the site, please let me know. Eventually I'd like to also put there C++ way of doing the same things, but at the moment I want to get Fortran and Python/NumPy done first.
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