sc22wg5 e-mail list - index for 2022

Sequence
number
Date
(yy/mm/dd)
Size From Subject
6366 22/01/03 5 KB Steve Lionel F202X Committee Draft
6367 22/02/02 318 KB John Reid The new features of F202x
6368 22/03/11 6 KB Steve Lionel F202X CD passed ISO ballot
6369 22/04/21 4 KB Steve Lionel Letter Ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 Interpretations
6370 22/04/22 5 KB Malcolm Cohen New Working Draft is now available
6371 22/04/23 6 KB Steve Lionel Kickstarting proposals for F202Y features
6372 22/04/28 4 KB John Reid Letter Ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 Interpretations
6373 22/05/07 18 KB Richard Bleikamp WG5 letter ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 interpretations
6374 22/05/07 6 KB Steve Lionel WG5 Letter Ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 Interpretations
6375 22/05/08 9 KB Gary Klimowicz WG5 Letter Ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 Interpretations
6376 22/05/09 5 KB Reuben Budiardja Re: WG5 Letter Ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 Interpretations
6377 22/05/09 10 KB Malcolm Cohen Fortran 2018 Letter Ballot 2 on Interpretations
6378 22/05/09 4 KB David Muxworthy WG5 letter ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 interpretations
6379 22/05/09 18 KB Jon Steidel Re: WG5 Letter Ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 Interpretations
6380 22/05/09 7 KB Reinhold Bader Re: WG5 Letter Ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 Interpretations
6381 22/05/09 10 KB Christopher Brady WG5 Letter Ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 Interpretations
6382 22/05/09 11 KB Mark LeAir WG5 Letter Ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 Interpretations
6383 22/05/09 18 KB Nathan Sircombe WG5 Letter Ballot 2 on Fortran 2018 Interpretations
6384 22/05/09 19 KB Lorri Menard Re: Fortran 2018 Letter Ballot 2 on Interpretations
6385 22/05/10 13 KB Robert Corbett WG5 Letter Ballot 2
6386 22/05/10 8 KB Malcolm Cohen Re: WG5 Letter Ballot 2
6387 22/05/10 20 KB Tom Clune Re: Fortran 2018 Letter Ballot 2 on Interpretations

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