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    Hi,

    I have an old program and I am not sure if the following sentence is a good way to describe it. Please have a look and help me correct it.


    An existing program for vibration analysis of rotor-bearing systems was written in Fortran and therefore computationally expensive.


    The program hasn't been modified at all. So I want to emphasize that it IS still computationally expensive and preferably in one sentence.



    Thank you

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    Re: Dilemma

    An existing program for vibration analysis of rotor-bearing systems was written in Fortran and therefore is computationally expensive.

    That little addition will make sure your point gets across. I think the sentence is fine without it, but it doesn't hurt.

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