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ESC 251 HW 22 Due: Nov. 1
For programs that use array variables (which will be most of
them for the rest of the semester), you should turn on array bounds checking
when you compile your program by using the compiling syntax:
gfortran -fbounds-check prog.f90
This will ensure that the program stops in the event that you make
an array bounds error.
- (1 pt each) Write a program that will tabulate each
of the functions given. Use a value of n = 10 for
each table. Your program should make use of array
variables. It should have 3 separate loops; the first should
generate and store the x-coordinates, the second should
compute the function values and the third should write the
table to the screen. You only need to hand in 1 program copy,
but include all of your table output.