⌶) is a primitive monadic operator that takes a numeric code as it's operand and derives an ambivalent function which provides a range of ad-hoc operations. This range covers non-primitive functions - for example: experimental features, interpreter-level control, access to the environment, and information about APL itself.
In general, I-Beam's numeric operand isn't intended to be easily recalled. But some are given meaningful names.
|Called Monadically||CM (900)|
|Line Count||LC (50100)|