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Compaq Visual Fortran: A Guide to Creating Windows Applications is the only book that shows developers how to create Windows applications using Visual Fortran software. It complements Digital Press's successful reference, the Digital Visual Fortran Programmer's Guide. Lawrence details development methods and techniques for creating Fortran applications for Windows, the platform upon which developers can use Compaq Visual Fortran (CVF; to be Intel Visual Fortran in the future) to create applications. The book teaches CVF programming progressively, beginning with simple tasks and building up to writing professional-level Win32 applications. Readers will learn about the powerful new CVF graphical user interface, as well as the intricacies of Windows development from a CVF perspective. They can master QuickWin, the Win32 APIs including multiple document interfaces, and Open GL with 3D and interactive graphics.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781555582494
ISBN-10: 1555582494
Format: Paperback
(235mm x 178mm x 24mm)
Pages: 600
Imprint: Digital Press
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Publish Date: 19-Dec-2001
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Norman Lawrence

Norman Lawrence, MEd, PhD is Head of the Department of Maritime Engineering at the Australian Maritime College. He has been programming personal computers for over 20 years for a variety of applications that include numerical analysis, heat transfer, simulation, and real time data acquisition. Lawrence has taught FORTRAN 77 to engineering students and is the author of numerous papers and articles on engineering applications developed using Fortran. His interests away from the keyboard include racing and vintage cars, sailing, and working with the local church community. He received his doctorate from Brighton Polytechnic (now University of Brighton) in England for heat transfer research in diesel engines.