Where can I find up to date literature on F2003(Object Oriented)

Where can I find up to date literature on F2003(Object Oriented)

I have been looking for some up to date literature that cleary shows the powerful tools in F2003. It seems like most of the texts that are written (as recent as 2008)are using the object based (work arounds)featuresof F95. I would love to have a bookor paperthat demonstrates what can be accomplished with truly object oriented Fortran. Thanks in advance.

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There are some good books that cover Fortran 2003. These include:

Fortran 95/2003 for Scientists and Engineers, Third Edition by Chapman
Fortran 2003 Explained by Metcalf, Reid and Cohen
Fortran 2003 Handbook by Adams, Brainerd, Hendrickson and Maine

All of these show up at amazon.com with a search for "Fortran 2003" in Books.

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A recent addition to the list of Fortran 2003 books is
Guide to Fortran 2003 Programming by Walter Brainard

This might not be comprehensive enough for what you're looking for, but this is a good overview of all the new Fortran 2003 features including the OO stuff: . It assumes you already have a pretty good grasp of OO programming and why these features would be useful.

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