Hi I'm new here and hope this isn't a question beaten to death. I'm thinking about getting back into Fortran and would like to find a compiler that works on Windows 64 bit. By compiler, I mean something that compiles the source, generates binaries and then an executable. I would prefer something that does all of that without having to pass code to a C compiler or using Microsoft Visual Studio, etc. Of a course high level debugger would be important. Oh, and free (or cheap) would be great. Years ago I did lots of programming in Fortran IV, Data General Fortran 5, Fortran 77 and Lahey Fortran 77. I'd kinda like to revisit a language I really enjoyed. A major project I did was a program for data entry and graphic display of property parcel info for a large county in Arizona. Still have the source. Maybe I can get it to work again. Another language I had fun with was Algol (Data General DG/L) but we won't go there now.
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