# Difference between revisions of "Glyph"

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Prior to the widespread adoption of [[wikipedia:Unicode|Unicode]], many special-purpose code pages were used to represent APL symbols (see [[Wikipedia: Digital encoding of APL symbols]]). | Prior to the widespread adoption of [[wikipedia:Unicode|Unicode]], many special-purpose code pages were used to represent APL symbols (see [[Wikipedia: Digital encoding of APL symbols]]). | ||

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## Revision as of 23:36, 16 November 2019

Glyphs are the individual characters and symbols used in APL, primarily to represent primitive functions and operators.

Prior to the widespread adoption of Unicode, many special-purpose code pages were used to represent APL symbols (see Wikipedia: Digital encoding of APL symbols).

APL features [edit]
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Built-ins | Primitive function ∙ Primitive operator ∙ Quad name |

Array model | Shape ∙ Rank ∙ Depth ∙ Bound ∙ Index (Indexing) ∙ Axis ∙ Ravel ∙ Ravel order ∙ Element ∙ Scalar ∙ Vector ∙ Matrix ∙ Simple scalar ∙ Simple array ∙ Nested array ∙ Cell ∙ Major cell ∙ Subarray ∙ Empty array ∙ Prototype |

Data types | Number (Boolean, Complex number) ∙ Character (String) ∙ Box ∙ Namespace |

Concepts and paradigms | Leading axis theory ∙ Scalar extension ∙ Conformability ∙ Scalar function ∙ Pervasion ∙ Glyph ∙ Identity element ∙ Complex floor ∙ Total array ordering |

Errors | LIMIT ERROR ∙ RANK ERROR ∙ SYNTAX ERROR ∙ DOMAIN ERROR ∙ LENGTH ERROR ∙ INDEX ERROR ∙ VALUE ERROR |