win32 version of the floppy program , FLOPPY is a software tool that takes as input a file of FORTRAN 77 , code and checks it according to various "coding conventions". Floppy , can "tidy" the source FORTRAN, producing a new file with indented , DO-loops, block IF-s, and so on. Floppy can be used to generate HTML , from the Fortran program. In this case, a new file is written where each , module and include file name in the source Fortran is replaced by an , HTML Anchor. The format of the source is preserved when the , document is browsed by an HTML browser. FLOPPY can also be used , to write a binary summary file which is then used as input to the FLOW , program. , , The FLOW program takes the binary summary file produced by , FLOPPY, and can produce various reports on the structure of the , original FORTRAN program.
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