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| documentation            = [https://github.com/Co-dfns/Co-dfns/blob/master/docs/MANUAL.md Manual]
 
| documentation            = [https://github.com/Co-dfns/Co-dfns/blob/master/docs/MANUAL.md Manual]
 
| influenced by            = [[Dyalog APL]]
 
| influenced by            = [[Dyalog APL]]
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| influenced              = [[BQN]]<ref>[[Marshall Lochbaum]]. [https://mlochbaum.github.io/BQN/implementation/codfns.html Co-dfns versus BQN's implementation]. Accessed 2021-04-12.</ref>
 
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'''Co-dfns''' is a compiler for a subset of [[Dyalog APL]] developed by [[Aaron Hsu]], designed to target and run on GPUs. The implementation is notable for its use of [[vector]]s to represent [[tree]]s. While the implementation is extremely terse and largly uncommented, the code is described in detail in Hsu's doctors thesis, wherein he also claims that the performance and maintainability of the compiler could not be achieved with any language other than APL.
 
'''Co-dfns''' is a compiler for a subset of [[Dyalog APL]] developed by [[Aaron Hsu]], designed to target and run on GPUs. The implementation is notable for its use of [[vector]]s to represent [[tree]]s. While the implementation is extremely terse and largly uncommented, the code is described in detail in Hsu's doctors thesis, wherein he also claims that the performance and maintainability of the compiler could not be achieved with any language other than APL.
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== References ==
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{{APL dialects}}[[Category:APL dialects]][[Category:Ahead-of-time compilers]][[Category:Nested array languages]][[Category:Leading axis languages]][[Category:Languages with tacit programming]]

Revision as of 13:38, 12 April 2021


Co-dfns is a compiler for a subset of Dyalog APL developed by Aaron Hsu, designed to target and run on GPUs. The implementation is notable for its use of vectors to represent trees. While the implementation is extremely terse and largly uncommented, the code is described in detail in Hsu's doctors thesis, wherein he also claims that the performance and maintainability of the compiler could not be achieved with any language other than APL.

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