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[[HelloWorld|"Hello World" with APL]]

[[PhraseBook|Useful APL phrases]]

[[AplIn20Minutes|APL in 20 Minutes]]

[[AplVideos | APL Videos]]

[[Open Source APL: NARS2000]]

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[[FrontPage/AboutTheWiki|About the APL wiki]]

[[BeginnersStartHere|Beginners start here]]

[[WhyYouShouldHaveAnAccount|Why should I have an account?]]

[[AplCharacters|APL characters]]

[[HowToBecomeAnAuthor|How to become an author]]

[[HelpOnPageCreation|How to create a new page]]

Gain experience on the [[http://sandbox.aplwiki.com|sandbox]]

[[AuthorConventions|Author conventions]]

[[EditingGuidelines|Editing guidelines]]

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APL Wiki Frontpage

This wiki is about the APL Programming Language, one of the oldest (in terms of age) and youngest (in terms of concepts) of all programming languages. It is an interpreted language with built-in array capabilities and outstanding debugging features that makes the language a perfect choice for the agile approach.

If you are curious about APL consider reading Bernard Legrand's excellent article "APL - a Glimpse of Heaven" on Vector.


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