module hello_world contains function hello() character(12) :: hello hello = 'Hello World' end function hello end module hello_world
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Calculate the number of steps to reach 1 using the Collatz conjecture
Use the Sieve of Eratosthenes to find all the primes from 2 up to a given number.
Given an age in seconds, calculate how old someone is in terms of a given planet's solar years.
Fortran is used heavily in scientific computing and engineering.
Fortran is portable and can run on almost any platform.
Fortran has been consistently rated as one of the highest performing languages for energy and time.
The Fortran values stability and backwards compatibility, Fortran programs can run for decades.
The name of Fortran derived from Formula Translation. Natively supports arrays and complex numbers.
Fortran has been optimized for decades to execute efficiently.
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