The CERN Program Library is a large collection of general purpose programs maintained and offered in both source and object code form on the CERN central computers. Most of these programs were developed at CERN and are therefore oriented towards the needs of a physics research laboratory. Nearly all, however, are of a general mathematical or data-handling nature, applicable to a wide range of problems.

Current Version:   97a

License Type:   Free of charge to all HEP users.

Home Site: (Linux specific information)

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Targeted Platforms:

SGI IRIX, HPUX, AIX, Alpha OSF 1, Sun4 Solaris, Linux, AXP/VMS, VAX/VMS

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Other Links: (CERN home page)

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News Group: cern.heplib
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