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flibs - a collection of Fortran modules

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The flibs project is a growing collection of (small) Fortran libraries and modules: from manipulating strings and pattern matching to abstract data types

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    Hi !!! I need to access MySQL from Fortran. I cannot find neither ODBC module nor MySQL module. Does anybody knows where the modules are or how to link MySQL from Fortran code? Thank you so much.

    Posted 10/21/2016
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    Using tokenize - fantastic work. Integrated it easily into my project.

    Posted 04/14/2011
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