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Re: import FortranForm back


FortranForm[] can't handle List[] because FORTRAN *has no* Lists
so it is no wonder that the Import[] fail
you mean

Export["foo", FortranForm /@ foo, "List"]
Import["foo", "List"]


jyan.stat at wrote:
> I have a file saved in FortranForm from some previous work. Now I'd
> like to read it back in and continue working on it. For example,
> foo := Table[a i, {i, 1, 4}]
> Export["foo", FortranForm[foo], "Table"]
> Import["foo", "Table"]
> foo
> Note that the last two lines are not the same. How can I recover foo
> from Import? Thanks in advance.

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