Downloadable Disk Images - Programs on the Fortran-80 disk
Fortran was a popular language on large computer systems in the 1960s and '70s. In fact my very first programming experience was writing programs using punchcards in 1978 in college. Its precision made it particularly popular in scientific and engineering circles.
|Name (and filename)||Description||What to type at the dos prompt|
80 v 3.4 (f80/cmd)
Auxiliary files include...
Edit/cmd, Forlib/rel, L80/cmd and test/cmd, test/lst, test/dat and test/for
|This is the best known implementation of Fortran
for the TRS-80 world. Written by Microsoft and distributed
by Tandy (1979)
Note: the manual is for version 3.2
Assembler v 3.4 (m80/cmd)
Also includes cref80/cmd
|A related program by
Microsoft. This is essentially an assembler, but it seems
to share much of the same code as Fortran-80, and is mentioned
in the Fortran manual several times.
Hence I include it here. (1979)
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