By Ed Akin
This publication is sort of great for the spoiled programmer who has been utilizing a latest OO language akin to C++ or python, and demonstrates ways to enforce OO options as sessions, overloading and polymorphism in Fortran 90/95 (F9X within the rest of this evaluation)
This although can also be its major weak spot: although F9X may be compelled into those options, utilizing these techniques, particularly the proposed polymorphism strategy, is a tedious job, and makes most of the magic of OO programming disappear.
What is missing during this booklet is an particular evaluate of techniques which can't be carried out simply in F9X, comparable to destructors, interfaces and inheritance, as that would be cause sufficient to ignore attempting to enforce your software in F9X.
My major end after interpreting this can be that attempting to do OO in F9X is incomplete and means an excessive amount of hassle, and therefore the necessity for this e-book is very constrained.