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The birth of Fortran

JohnNichols
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This is humour, I am sorry, I saw this picture and my first thought was the birth of Fortran.  

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Jim Backus.       PS This is a real photograph taken the other day in Australia, what you want to use Fortran to do, is visualize a 3D function, here red light. 

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JohnNichols
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Dr Fortran:

You were correct, the new NUCs that are not the 1700 ones are now available.  I have asked work to order one,  it will go into a national museum to monitor an old ship. Interesting how we use Fortran to watch stuff built in about 1776. 

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