TIDY, A COMPUTER CODE FOR RENUMBERING AND EDITING FORTRAN SOURCE PROGRAMS.
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TIDY is a FORTRAN computer code that renumbers and edits other FORTRAN source programs whose statement numbering has become unwieldly and whose readability has deteriorated as a result of the many revisions, patches, and corrections that are typical of reworked programs. TIDY processes programs routine-by-routine and punches new versions of the programs with the following characteristics 1 All statement numbers increase in consecutive order 2 Only statements referred to by other statements retain statement numbers 3 All statement number references are updated to conform to the numbering scheme 4 All FORMAT statements are collected and appear at the end of each routine 5 All FORMAT and CONTINUE statements that are not referenced are deleted 6 Blanks are inserted in the FORTRAN statements to improve the readability of the statements, while excessive blanks in the statements are deleted 7 Comments are processed to delete excessive blank comments and to eliminate comments from the FORTRAN statement number and continuation fields and 8 All cards are labeled with a unique letter-number combination. TIDY is entirely written in ASA FORTRAN and accepts and processes all ASA FORTRAN statements as well as some IBM and CDC dialect statements. Author
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