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* [[Convex Hull]] — solving a problem that frequently appears in pattern recognition, image processing, statistics and geographic information systems
 
* [[Convex Hull]] — solving a problem that frequently appears in pattern recognition, image processing, statistics and geographic information systems
  
* [[Conway's Game of Life]] — implementing a cellular automaton
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* [[John Scholes' Conway's Game of Life]] — implementing a cellular automaton
  
 
* [[Ranking poker hands]] — so they can be compared and ordered with normal APL functions
 
* [[Ranking poker hands]] — so they can be compared and ordered with normal APL functions
 
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Revision as of 10:30, 12 April 2020

This page contains a listing of more involved examples that show APL in action. While they are fully explained, a basic grasp of APL will greatly help you understand them. If these examples are too complex for you, have a look at our simple examples.

  • Convex Hull — solving a problem that frequently appears in pattern recognition, image processing, statistics and geographic information systems
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