Commit 8b340d47 authored by celinedurniak's avatar celinedurniak
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Corrected typo in README files

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The examples illustrate how to use Fortran features in Python with `forpy`.
`mymath.f90` has been provided by Eliot Rabel, the developer of `forpy`.
`mymath.f90` has been provided by Elias Rabel, the developer of `forpy`.
In order to run the programs, you can use the commands in the `Makefile` to deal with the Fortran scripts.
Then run the Python` script importing the library.
......@@ -9,4 +9,4 @@ For example, in a terminal, type
```bash
make mymath.so
python test_mymath.py
``
\ No newline at end of file
``
- *Fortran2Python* contains the examples available from the git repository to use Python features
in Fortran.
- The other folder *Python2Fortran* presents how to use "Fortran in Python".
The examples are available from the git repository, except `mymodule.py` and `mymath.f90`,
which were sent by Eliot Rabel, the developer of `forpy`.
- How to use the scripts is described in the README file of these folders.
- *Fortran2Python* contains the examples available from the git repository to use Python features
in Fortran.
- The other folder *Python2Fortran* presents how to use "Fortran in Python".
The examples are available from the git repository, except `mymodule.py` and `mymath.f90`,
which were sent by Elias Rabel, the developer of `forpy`.
- How to use the scripts is described in the README file of these folders.
These scripts have been tested on Ubuntu 18.04 with `gfortran`.
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