I got someone who asked me to make changes in an old Fortran program she is

using for some calculations.

The calculations are pretty standard aside from 2 calls to DLINCG (an IMSL

numerical_libraries function to calculate an inverse matrix).

What I wonder about, does anybody have a Fortran to Python conversion page

somewhere to map some of the basic types to Python equivalents?

What kind of speed difference should I expect?

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