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Is anyone talking about Ada at this meeting?   I will probably go 
along and contribute to the discussion but wouldn't feel particularly 
confident about representing the Ada view in a full 30 min 
presentation.

Of course it wouldn't be necessary to talk about " any particular 
language flaws that need to be avoided".  :-)
It mightalso  be an opportunity to plug Ada 2005.

Alan Barnes

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>Subject: INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS EVENT - COMPUTER LANGUAGES FOR 
>SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING - 22 APRIL 2004
>Date: Mon, 7 Feb 2005 16:28:48 -0000
>Thread-Topic: INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS EVENT - COMPUTER LANGUAGES FOR 
>SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING - 22 APRIL 2004
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>Dear Member
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>Computer Languages for Scientific Computing
>22 April 2005
>Institute of Physics, London
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>This 1-day meeting will review a various popular computer languages 
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>any particular language flaws that need to be avoided will also be 
>discussed, along with considerations as to how the language may 
>develop in the future. Languages under consideration include 
>Fortran90/95, Fortran2003, C, C++, Java and Python. The day will end 
>with a general discussion forum.
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