J on handheld 
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 J on handheld

The ancient public domain J (6.2) works quite nicely on my HP200LX.
While it is clearly not up to `current' standards, it is quite useful,
and often helps me debug ideas when I don't have access to NT.

Quote:

> Would it be feasible to make J available on hand held computers?
> ( the ones using CE for operating systems). It would be great for me since
> I would like to have J always nearby. It is great for me to try out
> different neural network algorithm ideas.

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> Roelof('Ruelof') K. Brouwer PEng PhD       | tel:250-828-5219
> Department of Computing Science            | fax:250-371-5710

> Kamloops, BC                               | http://www.*-*-*.com/
> CANADA V2C 5N3                             | psd/Compsci/Faculty/rbrouwer/
>                                            | rbrouwer.htm
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Tue, 01 Feb 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 J on handheld

Would it be feasible to make J available on hand held computers?
( the ones using CE for operating systems). It would be great for me since
I would like to have J always nearby. It is great for me to try out
different neural network algorithm ideas.

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Roelof('Ruelof') K. Brouwer PEng PhD       | tel:250-828-5219
Department of Computing Science            | fax:250-371-5710

Kamloops, BC                               | http://www.cariboo.bc.ca/
CANADA V2C 5N3                             | psd/Compsci/Faculty/rbrouwer/
                                           | rbrouwer.htm
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Tue, 01 Feb 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 J on handheld

Quote:
>The ancient public domain J (6.2) works quite nicely on my HP200LX.

Also, I've got an old copy of the STSC PocketAPL running quite well on an
HP100LX handheld - APL characters and all. It's great to be able to carry
around an APL 'calculator' in my pocket!

Later,
Randy!



Thu, 03 Feb 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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