@ bunlady: Fortran is an ancient computer language used to program Univac computers using punchcards.
This was way back in the 1970. After that came Basic which is a computer language the builds on the fortran language and much easier to use. Then came Pascal and Trubo Pascal and now they are using compert languages like C+ and C++, but it all started with fortran. I got as far as learning to program in Basic and I did learn a bit of Pascal but the rest of them are over my head. I wasn't that interested in programing though I have kept up on some of what the new programers are doing. You can learn more at this link: http://groups.engin.umd.umich.edu/CIS/course.des/cis400/fortran/fortra n.html
Yes. Assembler and octal at the low level, FORTRAN, COBOL, PL/1, RPG/RPGII
and Transaction Generator at the high level. I don't program in the BASIC
or 'C' series, though. I was promoted to 'management' before they were
Just got these instructions from my librarian...and they worked for me. Just added the five books Icouldn't get before
I have Mac 10.6.8 and use Firefox for browser.
Create a backup of the original 'restore' folder
Close ADE if it's open.
Go to Documents > My Digital Editions. Rename the restore folder to restore.old.
Note: 'Documents' may be named 'My Documents'.
Download a fresh copy of the title.
Open (or run) the newly downloaded eBook (which is an ACSM file).
When you open the file, ADE will pop up and load the eBook you selected.
Hope this helps the rest of you. What a relief. Good luck!
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