I have a Fortran program which I have to convert into Java originally. I have converted the code completely but can't get appropriate resutls. The code contains lot of arithmetic calculations using double precision data type of Fortran.
I believe the data types of C++ and Java are based on same whereas of Fortran double precision is based on IEEE756. I want to know how to convert these double precision calculations into C++ normally. For example:
double precision d1 = 0.3648564D0;
d1**2 // ** indicates exponent
DSIN(d1) // sin of double precision
DCOS(d1) // cos of double precision
The above are my main concerns which I find very difficult to convert. I use sin & cos for DSIN & DCOS. But Fortran 77 deals somthing differntly with double precision. How to convert/translate that into our normal C++ application is what I am looking for.
If you can provide the same for Java that would be a plus for me, otherwise I will use the code accordingly of C++ in my Java application. I hope help from you.
Please help me out. Am stuck up very badly.
Thanks
Terry
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