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A Vendor-Agnostic Logo for APL

A Vendor-Agnostic Logo for APL

Something special has happened. It is now 55 years since APL as we know it first became available. Though various vendors and implementations had logos, APL as a whole never had one. But finally, APL joined the club of programming languages with a logo. (Fortran...

J-ottings 59 Love Actuarily…

J-ottings 59 Love Actuarily…

In my experience of demonstrating APL and later J to potential customers, the one group for which it was always guaranteed to generate excitement was actuaries. I was therefore intrigued to read Jeremy Smith’s article “Using J for Actuarial Applications – Part 1: The...

Conquering recursion

Conquering recursion

This article presents a set of combinator patterns which can be used to decompose recursive procedures into smaller, more reusable components. Examples of the resulting programming style are contrasted with their more conventional equivalents. We additionally show...

Writing a Utility function

Writing a Utility function

This is an article on writing a piece of code in APL that will be reused often. It is aimed at people relatively new to APL. It depends on what you are trying to achieve. Is it supposed to be a blazingly fast specialized utility or will it be a...

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Welcome to Vector, the Journal of the British APL Association. The BAA promotes the APLs, terse programming languages derived
from Iverson’s mathematical notation.

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