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Fortran Unformatted File Utilities

Most Unix Fortran compilers have a standard format for their unformatted files. The main differences are that DEC and Intel architectures use little endian representation, whilst Sun, IBM, SGI, HP, TMC and Cray's IEEE format use big endian data. These utilities enable you to have a look at a Fortran unformatted file to see the size of the data records, and to swap its endianess from big to little, or vis versa.

It is very useful for transporting unformatted data too and from your linux box.

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ANSI C platforms

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ANSI C compiler

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