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How can a large, Fortran-based number crunching codebase be modernized?
A friend in academia asked me for advice (I'm a C# business application developer). He has a legacy codebase which he wrote in Fortran in the medical imaging field. It does a huge amount of number ...
Oct 15 '11 at 21:44
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