APL-L Digest - 22 Mar 2001 to 23 Mar 2001 (#2001-63) 
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 APL-L Digest - 22 Mar 2001 to 23 Mar 2001 (#2001-63)

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> Topics of the day:

>   1. I read the FAQ, but...
>   2. How many APLs? (4)

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> Date:    Fri, 23 Mar 2001 06:22:39 -0400

> Subject: Re: I read the FAQ, but...



> > First a little word about what I call "APL2": as correctly pointed out
> by

> > Jim I should really say "APL2-like". I call APL2 all the APLs
> implementing
> > nested arrays the way IBM's APL2 does, that is the enclosure of a scalar
> > does not change the scalar at all. This is in contrast with Sharp APL's
> > behaviour (and J's) where the boxing of a scalar is no longer the
> original
> > scalar.

> How many APLs are still alive and where do they fit into these categories
> ?

> name of APL                  = APL
> Can execute ISO APL    = ISO
> Works like APL2           = APL2
> Works like  Sharp APL  = Sharp
> Uses greek alphabet        = greek
> Uses Ascii                      = Ascii

> APL        | ISO | APL2 | Sharp | greek | Ascii  |
> ------------------------------------------------
> Iso APL  |  x     |           |            |     x   |          |
> APL2      |  x     |     x    |            |     x   |          |
> Sharp      |  x     |           |      x    |      x  |          |
> Dyalog    |  x     |      x    |           |      x  |           |
> J             |  ?     |            |      ?   |          |      x   |
> K           |   ?     |            |     ?   |          |       x  |
> A+         |   ?     |            |          |      ?  |       ?  |
> ?            |         |            |           |          |           |

APL.2000 and APL.68000 should be included in this list.

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> Date:    Fri, 23 Mar 2001 12:42:28 EST

> Subject: How many APLs?

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> Bj"orn's table is a welcome one, but, as with an earlier listing
> supposedly
> inclusive, it omits Nial, which is also an ASCII-form descendant of APL.

> Eugene McDonnell

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> <HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><BODY BGCOLOR="#ffffff"><FONT  SIZE=2
> FAMILY="FIXED" FACE="Courier New" LANG="0">Bj"orn's table is a welcome
> one, but, as with an earlier listing supposedly
> <BR>inclusive, it omits Nial, which is also an ASCII-form descendant of
> APL.
> <BR>
> <BR>Eugene McDonnell</FONT></HTML>

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> Date:    Fri, 23 Mar 2001 15:41:10 -0400

> Subject: Re: How many APLs?




> > > Bj"orn's table is a welcome one, but, as with an earlier listing
> supposedly
> > > inclusive, it omits Nial, which is also an ASCII-form descendant of
> APL.

> > one may rely on Joseph de Kerff's survey of 2nd generation APL's
> > including description of their respective functions, as published in
> > APL/CAD Journal Vol 13 Nr 1

> Only those who can access this can `rely' on it though. Can you give us a
> URL?

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> Date:    Fri, 23 Mar 2001 16:55:10 -0400

> Subject: Re: How many APLs?



> > Bj"orn's table is a welcome one, but, as with an earlier listing =
> supposedly
> > inclusive, it omits Nial, which is also an ASCII-form descendant of =
> APL.

> one may rely on Joseph de Kerff's survey of 2nd generation APL's=20
> including description of their respective functions, as published in=20
> APL/CAD Journal Vol 13 Nr 1

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> Date:    Fri, 23 Mar 2001 17:44:33 -0400

> Subject: Re: How many APLs?


> I'm from a previous generation of APL-ers, I guess ..
> I have it in print, it's about 80 pages!!
> Maybe  Lee{*filter*}ey can help ...
> it must be somewhere in Waterloo




> > >=20

> > > > Bj"orn's table is a welcome one, but, as with an earlier listing =
> supposedly
> > > > inclusive, it omits Nial, which is also an ASCII-form descendant =
> of APL.
> > >=20
> > > one may rely on Joseph de Kerff's survey of 2nd generation APL's
> > > including description of their respective functions, as published in
> > > APL/CAD Journal Vol 13 Nr 1
> >=20
> > Only those who can access this can `rely' on it though. Can you give =
> us a
> > URL?

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