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54. f90


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54.1 Functions and Variables for f90

Function: f90 (expr_1, …, expr_n)

Prints one or more expressions expr_1, …, expr_n as a Fortran 90 program. Output is printed to the standard output.

f90 prints output in the so-called "free form" input format for Fortran 90: there is no special attention to column positions. Long lines are split at a fixed width with the ampersand & continuation character.

load(f90) loads this function. See also the function fortran.

Examples:

(%i1) load (f90)$
(%i2) foo : expand ((xxx + yyy + 7)^4);
         4            3         3        2    2             2
(%o2) yyy  + 4 xxx yyy  + 28 yyy  + 6 xxx  yyy  + 84 xxx yyy
          2        3             2
 + 294 yyy  + 4 xxx  yyy + 84 xxx  yyy + 588 xxx yyy + 1372 yyy
      4         3          2
 + xxx  + 28 xxx  + 294 xxx  + 1372 xxx + 2401
(%i3) f90 ('foo = foo);
foo = yyy**4+4*xxx*yyy**3+28*yyy**3+6*xxx**2*yyy**2+84*xxx*yyy**2&
+294*yyy**2+4*xxx**3*yyy+84*xxx**2*yyy+588*xxx*yyy+1372*yyy+xxx**&
4+28*xxx**3+294*xxx**2+1372*xxx+2401
(%o3)                         false

Multiple expressions. Capture standard output into a file via the with_stdout function.

(%i1) load (f90)$
(%i2) foo : sin (3*x + 1) - cos (7*x - 2);
(%o2)              sin(3 x + 1) - cos(7 x - 2)
(%i3) with_stdout ("foo.f90",
                   f90 (x=0.25, y=0.625, 'foo=foo, 'stop, 'end));
(%o3)                         false
(%i4) printfile ("foo.f90");
x = 0.25
y = 0.625
foo = sin(3*x+1)-cos(7*x-2)
stop
end
(%o4)                        foo.f90


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