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Few books deal with the topic of programming efficiency, and those that do usually gloss over it, falsely leaving readers with the impression that it is not very important or not under the control of the programmer. This book shows how to program for efficiency and explains that even simple alterations to existing programs can lead to dramatic reductions in execution time. It further shows that optimization techniques are often hardware- and compiler-dependent, going beyond simply mainframe execution to discuss the use of FORTRAN programming in the operation of microcomputers.
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