[Tutor] Translating FORTRAN (77?) to Python?

Alan Gauld alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Sat Jan 17 02:46:30 CET 2009

"Smith, Jeff" <jsmith at medplus.com> wrote

> There was an add-on to the GNU C compiler for FORTRAN77 at one time
> (g77). I don't know if it is still available to how well it works
> though.
Caveat: Fortran is one of the few mainstream languages that I have 
never read or written so I have no personal experience. But...

At work we had a Fortran project which used the g77 GNU compiler 
and the FORTRAN team seemed to think it was OK. They were 
porting code from a VAX to a Sun Unix box.

I believe the GNU g77 translator is available for Windows too.

Alan G.

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