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NLSYST Subroutine Source


Hi, someone has asked me for source to a subroutine called NLSYST.
Search did not locate it but did locate some code that calls it.
NL appears to stand for "nonlinear".  Anyone's memory jogged?  I
searched google, altavista, and netlib.  A pointer as to organization
that might possess or own it might be sufficient.

Thanks

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Gary Scott
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On 21 apr, 05:02, Gary Scott <garylsc@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

Hello Gary,

I was lucky I guess: just typing "nlsyst" in Google brought up a bunch
of
URLs among which: http://www.gmc.ulaval.ca/~info0/infog/devoir/newt_raph.html
It contains the full source of the NLSYST routine.

Regards,

Arjen

That's exactly what I did.  I did it again just now.  This one isn't in
the list (I only get one page of items).  Are there special google
options to be set?

> Regards,

> Arjen

--

Gary Scott
mailto:garylscott@sbcglobal dot net

Fortran Library:  http://www.fortranlib.com

Support the Original G95 Project:  http://www.g95.org
-OR-
Support the GNU GFortran Project:  http://gcc.gnu.org/fortran/index.html

If you want to do the impossible, don't hire an expert because he knows
it can't be done.

-- Henry Ford

I repeated with just NLSYS and got many more links (12 pages), but not
this one.

Oh well, thanks Arjen.

>> Regards,

>> Arjen

--

Gary Scott
mailto:garylscott@sbcglobal dot net

Fortran Library:  http://www.fortranlib.com

Support the Original G95 Project:  http://www.g95.org
-OR-
Support the GNU GFortran Project:  http://gcc.gnu.org/fortran/index.html

If you want to do the impossible, don't hire an expert because he knows
it can't be done.

-- Henry Ford

Gary Scott wrote:

> > I was lucky I guess: just typing "nlsyst" in Google brought up a bunch of
> > URLs among which: http://www.gmc.ulaval.ca/~info0/infog/devoir/newt_raph.html
> > It contains the full source of the NLSYST routine.

> That's exactly what I did.  I did it again just now.  This one isn't in
> the list (I only get one page of items).  Are there special google
> options to be set?

fwiw, I get the same url via Netscape and IE not that it should make a
difference.

btw, it's Earth Day, trimming your posts could save moving a few
bits on the road to a cleaner trw, and help reduce the eyestrain.

But that would take more of MY time, and I don't come cheap.

--

Gary Scott
mailto:garylscott@sbcglobal dot net

Fortran Library:  http://www.fortranlib.com

Support the Original G95 Project:  http://www.g95.org
-OR-
Support the GNU GFortran Project:  http://gcc.gnu.org/fortran/index.html

If you want to do the impossible, don't hire an expert because he knows
it can't be done.

-- Henry Ford

> > Gary Scott wrote:
> >>That's exactly what I did.  I did it again just now.  This one isn't in
> >>the list (I only get one page of items).  Are there special google
> >>options to be set?

The article is a French language source. Maybe you have Google set to
english only Gary, or worse "Australian pages".
.
On 23 apr, 06:44, Terence <tbwri@cantv.net> wrote:

> > > Gary Scott wrote:
> > >>That's exactly what I did.  I did it again just now.  This one isn't in
> > >>the list (I only get one page of items).  Are there special google
> > >>options to be set?

> The article is a French language source. Maybe you have Google set to
> english only Gary, or worse "Australian pages".
> .

Oh, never realised that this could be of importance! The question I
get
("Only search pages in Dutch?") seems rather useless, so I always
ignore it.

I get only 12 references, 2 of which Google refuses to show (when I go
to the
second page, it claims that there are results very similar to the
previous ones
and they have left them out - this gets me into a vicious circle)

Regards,

Arjen

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