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Hello to all boys. Someone could give me the instructions in Fortran 90 to be included in the compiler to create a program that face to a random configuration of about 10 pipe diameters, to a water network, to be included as input for other subroutines that have other functions ??

RE: Instructions


François Jacq

RE: Instructions

Hello Francois,
I'll explain. In practice, it takes me the instructions to create a software in Fortran language that generate random values ​​from a finite set of integers (in my case I'm studying these numbers correspond to diameters of commercially available water pipes). That's all. Thank you. Peppe.

RE: Instructions

The reply continues to be "?????".

In other words, you are neither asking something clear nor specific.

Around here, you need to show what you are doing and what you have tried and THEN, you may get some help...people are not going to just hand you over some entire program.

Good luck.

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