Standards and their Corrigenda

Fortran 66 and Fortran 77

Fortran 66 and Fortran 77 standards are available from here.

Fortran 90

The Fortran 90 standard is available as PDF.
Its three corrigenda are available as N937 N1054 N1181.

Fortran 95

The Draft Fortran 95 standard is available as PDF.

Draft technical corrigendum 1 is available as PDF.

Draft technical corrigendum 2 is available as PDF.

Final draft of technical report 15580, that extends Fortran 95 to provide access to features of IEEE arithmetic, in PDF; this report amends Fortran 95, and is included in Fortran 2003. Many processors include it.

Final draft of technical report 15581, that extends Fortran 95 to improve usability of the ALLOCATABLE attribute, PDF; this report amends Fortran 95, and is included in Fortran 2003. Many processors include it.

Fortran 2003

The Draft Fortran 2003 standard is available as gnuzip compressed PDF.

Technical corrigendum 1 is available as PDF.

Technical corrigendum 2 is available as PDF.

Technical corrigendum 3 is available as PDF.

Technical corrigendum 4 is available as PDF.

Technical corrigendum 5 is available as PDF.

All the edits in Corrigenda 1 to 5 are contained in N1823; while this in not an official document, it has been carefully checked.

Technical report 19767 extends the module facilities of Fortran by providing submodules, which are similar to Ada private child units. It amends Fortran 2003, but processor vendors could apply it to their Fortran 95 products. The final draft is available in PDF.

New features of Fortran 2003 are summarized unofficially in N1648.

Fortran 2008

The coarray features of Fortran 2008 are described unofficially in N1824; the remaining new features are described unofficially in N1891.

A Fortran 2008 working document is visible here.

Technical corrigendum 1 is available as N1903.

Technical corrigendum 2 is available as N1958.

Technical corrigendum 3 is available as N2003.

All the edits in Corrigenda 1 to 3 are contained in N2005; while this in not an official document, it has been carefully checked.



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