l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran
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bonjour,
je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Wed, 07 Apr 2004 23:14:21 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 08:11:12 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 08:13:07 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 08:28:48 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 08:33:20 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 08:35:04 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 09:03:46 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 09:05:47 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 09:22:55 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 09:54:25 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 10:06:17 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 11:50:37 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 12:02:57 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 12:48:03 GMT  l'équivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en fortran

Quote:

>bonjour,
>  je vaudrai savoir l'quivalent de la fonction RND de Qbasique en Fortran

REAL :: x(100)
CALL RANDOM_NUMBER(x)
will put 100 random numbers into array x.
It will not give the same sequence of random numbers that you
get from QBasic.   It will usually not give the same sequence if you
switch to a different Fortran compiler.

CALL RANDOM_SEED(...)
can be used to set the random number seed.

There are many routines in Fortran for generating random numbers,
in case you are not satisfied with the intrinsic one built into your
compiler.
You could look at my web sites for some examples.
The module `random' at my ozemail web site generates random numbers
from a number of non-uniform distributions - normal, Poisson, gamma, etc.

Cheers

--
Alan Miller (Honorary Research Fellow, CSIRO Mathematical
& Information Sciences)
http://www.ozemail.com.au/~milleraj
http://users.bigpond.net.au/amiller/

Thu, 08 Apr 2004 13:57:18 GMT

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