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June 1, 2016

About PresentAPL

The presentation is held in PresentAPL, a Dyalog class that produces a single HTML5 file from a Markdown file. The resulting stand-alone file comes with embedded CSS and JavaScript which…
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May 24, 2016

A Memo Operator

Some functions are simply stated and easily understood as multiply-recursive functions. For example, the Fibonacci numbers are {1≥⍵:⍵ ⋄ (∇ ⍵-2)+∇ ⍵-1}. A drawback of multiple recursion is abysmal performance…
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May 23, 2016

Markdown & MarkAPL

Kai Jaeger presents Markdown and MarkAPL. He gives examples of its use and some tools to work with it. Kai explains that there are different implementations of markdown and that hopefully there will soon to be an official web standard.

Kai describes his experiences in implementing a Markdown compiler in APL. He recalls thinking it would be a straightforward exercise but instead found it to be quite the challenge.

Kai implemented a Markdown to HTML compiler in APL.

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May 20, 2016

File functions in Dyalog 15

Dyalog version 15.0 will include new functions designed to make access the host file system both easier and platform independent. In this interactive session, Richard will discuss their design, demonstrate…
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May 20, 2016

XAML and APL on the Web

Dyalog WPF provides an excellent GUI for native windows however it is limited to native Windows platforms, excluding the web browsers or Linux. This project aims to address this deficiency…
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May 20, 2016

Pi for Brains

Take a look at neural network experiments running in APL on the multi-core Raspberry Pi 3 and the new £4 Raspberry Pi Zero.
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April 18, 2016

Command Ivy – a new APL interpreter

A new APL interpreter project, built by Rob Pike of Unix fame. “A plaything, and a work in progress” His interpreter is called "Ivy", uses ASCII characters, and is written…
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