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Sixty Years Ago Today

Sixty years ago today, Fortran, possibly the first modern computer language, is shared with the coding community for the first time. Originally developed by IBM, Fortran is a general-purpose, imperative programming language that was designed for numeric computation and scientific computing that dominated science and engineering program for decades. Updated significantly in FORTRAN II (proc
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