FORTRAN and WATFIV language manual

FORTRAN and WATFIV language manual

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The Fortran function FLOAT converts its argument from INTEGER to REAL. For example, the value of FLOAT(15) is the floating-point number 15.0. If the integer form of a floating-point number is needed, the truncating function IFIX can be used.

Title:FORTRAN and WATFIV language manual
Author:Charles William Gear
Publisher: - 1978


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