If that was a typo, and it does include edit.com, I don't know why it is not working. If edit.com is not there I'm guessing you have 64-bit XP (64-bit Vista and Windows 7 do not include it, so probably XP doesn't either).and includes exit.com.
Any text editor should do. Try Notepad. (In a Command prompt if notepad is not sufficient to launch it, try start notepad)How would I edit a fortran program then?
The antecedent of the first "it" is "the program"? If so, what is "the program"? Maybe the source Fortran program that you were editing?when I edit the program in notepad and attempt to load it onto fortran through the cmd prompt, it states it cannot locate the directory
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