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The primary aim of this book is to introduce the fundamentals of BASIC, FORTRAN and C++ language using the concepts of Chemistry. Chapters 1-10 give detailed description of BASIC programming language. The various statements like input/output, control statements, arrays, functions and subroutines have been illustrated with various examples from mathematics, science and chem The primary aim of this book is to introduce the fundamentals of BASIC, FORTRAN and C++ language using the concepts of Chemistry. Chapters 1-10 give detailed description of BASIC programming language. The various statements like input/output, control statements, arrays, functions and subroutines have been illustrated with various examples from mathematics, science and chemistry. FORTRAN and C++ have been introduced in Chapter11 and 12 respectively. Chapter 11 deals with the principles of FORTRAN programming language. A detailed account of various statements input/output, format, control (if….then….else, go to, do loops etc. has been illustrated by various examples. Chapter 12 deals with the C++ programming and its application to Chemistry. C++ is an extension of C language and is the language of future. In Chapters 13 and 14 various softwares used for chemistry have been discussed.


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The primary aim of this book is to introduce the fundamentals of BASIC, FORTRAN and C++ language using the concepts of Chemistry. Chapters 1-10 give detailed description of BASIC programming language. The various statements like input/output, control statements, arrays, functions and subroutines have been illustrated with various examples from mathematics, science and chem The primary aim of this book is to introduce the fundamentals of BASIC, FORTRAN and C++ language using the concepts of Chemistry. Chapters 1-10 give detailed description of BASIC programming language. The various statements like input/output, control statements, arrays, functions and subroutines have been illustrated with various examples from mathematics, science and chemistry. FORTRAN and C++ have been introduced in Chapter11 and 12 respectively. Chapter 11 deals with the principles of FORTRAN programming language. A detailed account of various statements input/output, format, control (if….then….else, go to, do loops etc. has been illustrated by various examples. Chapter 12 deals with the C++ programming and its application to Chemistry. C++ is an extension of C language and is the language of future. In Chapters 13 and 14 various softwares used for chemistry have been discussed.

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