Physics : Fortran/C++ for Scientists

Course Links

Syllabus (pdf)
Textbook's website - includes source code from the book and answers to some of the exercises in the book.
Examples from Class
Canvas page for this course grades, etc. for this course.


Homework Checklist
Assignment 1
Assignment 2
Assignment 3
Assignment 4
Assignment 5
Assignment 6
Assignment 7
Assignment 8
Assignment 9
Assignment 10
Assignment 11



Local Documentation

CSB/SJU Linux Web Site
Another CSB/SJU Linux Web Site
CSB/SJU Free-NX page - for accessing our Linux boxes from other computers.

Other Links

Obituary for John Backus, the original lead developer of Fortran - contains a nice history of the early days of Fortran and programming.

C ++

C++ Programming HOW-TO: C++ Online Textbooks and Docs
Thinking in C++ 2nd Edition by Bruce Eckel
C++ Tutorials
Online C++ tutorial
PLPLOT - a powerful library for plotting program results from Fortran or C++.


Fortran 90/95 texts and links
Fortran 90 Tutorial
Fortran 90 Tutorials
"Principles of Programming"
Numerical Recipes Home Page
PGPLOT - a powerful library for plotting program results from Fortran.


NEdit - the multi-purpose X Windows text editor
jedit - a fancy text editor
KDE - the K Desktop Environment for Unix
PuTTY: a free Win32 telnet/ssh client
Cygwin - Free Unix tools that run under MS-Windows
Welcome to O'Reilly & Associates -- computer books, software conferences, online publishing
UNIX Tutorial for Beginners
Knoppix - bootable, Live-CD version of Linux that you can try out without installing
Fedora Core - the version of Linux that is installed on the Physics and CS computers.
Ubuntu Linux - if you are ready to take the Linux plunge, a nice distribution for beginners
Debian GNU/Linux - my personal favorite