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Each (¨
) is a primitive monadic operator which applies its operand to each element of the arguments, and returns an array whose elements are the results. If two arguments are given, their elements are matched using conformability rules.
Each is defined only in nested APLs. Some flat APLs obtain analogous functionality by using an Under operator with close composition along with the rank0 function Disclose (or Unbox). In SHARP APL this is written f¨>
. In J it is f&.>
.
Each differs from the Rank operator with rank 0 in that the operand arguments and results are not enclosed. As the elements of a nested array they need not be scalar.
External links
Lessons
Documentation
APL builtins [edit]  

Primitive functions  
Scalar  
Monadic  Conjugate ∙ Negate ∙ Signum ∙ Not ∙ Roll ∙ Type  
Dyadic  Add ∙ Subtract ∙ Equal to (Xnor) ∙ Not Equal to (Xor) ∙ Minimum ∙ Maximum ∙ Comparison functions  
NonScalar  
Structural  Shape ∙ Reshape ∙ Tally ∙ Depth ∙ Ravel ∙ Reverse ∙ Raze ∙ Mix ∙ Cut (K) ∙ Pair ∙ Replicate ∙ Partitioned Enclose  
Selection  Take ∙ Drop ∙ Unique ∙ Identity ∙ Select  
Selector  Interval Index ∙ Indices  
Computational  Match ∙ Not Match ∙ Nub Sieve ∙ Format ∙ Execute  
Primitive operators  Monadic  Each ∙ Replicate  
Dyadic  Reverse Compose  
Quad names  
Arrays  Index origin ∙ Migration level  
Functions  
Operators  
Other  Zilde ∙ High minus ∙ Function axis 