This describes how single programs (executables) can be built out of multiple languages by an ordinary programmer rather than an expert. It will concentrate on describing what is feasible, what should not be attempted, and the issues that are likely to arise, rather than on the details of building such programs, but will give some recipes for achieving common requirements while staying clear of problem areas.
WARNING: this is not currently being given, and is
out of date in several respects. Nothing it says is wrong, so much as
there are now more reliable ways to achieve the same results. When
Fortran is one of the languages, see the
The presentation for the course.
The following is a related course, that may be more relevant to many people.
Building Applications out of Several Programs