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DEFINITION: Fortress is a programming language developed for high-performance computing (HPC) that can also serve as a general-purpose programming language. Sun Microsystems created Fortress, inspired in part by FORTRAN, which IBM created in the 1950s for use by mathematicians, engineers and scientists. The syntax in Fortress is well suited for mathematical notation, a characteristic it shares with FORTRAN.  … 

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