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'''APLcart''' is the largest ever collection of short APL phrases, comprising over two thousand [[Idiom|idiomatic expressions]] from [[Dyalog APL]], [[FinnAPL]], and [[APL2]], and lots of other sources, including the community at large.
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'''APLcart''' is the largest-ever collection of short APL phrases, comprising over two thousand [[Idiom|idiomatic expressions]] from [[Dyalog APL]], [[FinnAPL]], and [[APL2]], and lots of other sources, including the community at large.
  
 
There are plenty of [[documentation|documentation suites]] about what different parts of APL do. For example, in many IDEs, one can press the <kbd>F1</kbd> key while the caret is pointing at a [[primitive function]] or [[system function|Quad name]] to open the appropriate documentation. However, APLcart comes to answer "How do I…" questions.
 
There are plenty of [[documentation|documentation suites]] about what different parts of APL do. For example, in many IDEs, one can press the <kbd>F1</kbd> key while the caret is pointing at a [[primitive function]] or [[system function|Quad name]] to open the appropriate documentation. However, APLcart comes to answer "How do I…" questions.

Latest revision as of 16:15, 12 February 2020

File:APLcart
APLcart displaying its white theme

APLcart is the largest-ever collection of short APL phrases, comprising over two thousand idiomatic expressions from Dyalog APL, FinnAPL, and APL2, and lots of other sources, including the community at large.

There are plenty of documentation suites about what different parts of APL do. For example, in many IDEs, one can press the F1 key while the caret is pointing at a primitive function or Quad name to open the appropriate documentation. However, APLcart comes to answer "How do I…" questions.

It is intended for both beginners and professionals, but knowledge of basic APL syntax is a prerequisite.

Created and maintained by Adám Brudzewsky, it invites the general APL community to contribute through GitHub pull requests and templated issues.

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APL community [edit]
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