Anyway, thanks to Cmdrtaco. I have been with this place since near the beginning. I came across it based on links from TCLUG, and I was captured.
Oh the many wasted (and well spent) hours reloading this page!
Thanks for the memories.
My microwave has some, mp3 players, routers, old server gathering dust, etc.
I am sure I have more than 20, but beyond that who cares?
FORTRAN is really easy to pick up later anyway as it's "old fashioned" and line numbered based. I'd think the biggest problem teaching the class now would be getting students to take it seriously because it's a much older way of thinking about programs from our modern OOP languages.
Fortran is line numbered based? What does that mean? You don't even have to use line numbers in f77, much less f90 or later. Yikes.
The number of computer scientists in a room is inversely proportional to the number of bugs in their code.