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An APL interpreter written Nick Nickolov in JavaScript, making it run in a under Node.js or in any modern browser.
 
An APL interpreter written Nick Nickolov in JavaScript, making it run in a under Node.js or in any modern browser.
  
ngn/apl supports most primitives, [[dfn]]s (<source lang=apl inline>{⍺ ⍵}</source>), [[nested array]]s, [[complex number]]s (<source lang=apl inline>1j2</source>), [[Infinity|infinities]] (<source lang=apl inline>¯</source> or <source lang=apl inline>∞</source>), [[Function train|forks and atops]], [[Multiple assignment|strand assignment]] (<source lang=apl inline>(a b)←c</source>), [[indexed assignment]] (<source lang=apl inline>a[b]←c</source>), [[dop|user-defined operators]] (<source lang=apl inline>{⍺⍺ ⍵⍵}</source>), but does not support [[tradfn]]s (<source lang=apl inline>∇R←X f Y</source>), non-zero [[index origin]] (<source lang=apl inline>⎕IO</source>), [[comparison tolerance]] (<source lang=apl inline>⎕CT</source>), [[prototype]]s, [[modified assignment]] (<source lang=apl inline>x+←1</source>), [[control structure|Keywords]] (<source lang=apl inline>:If</source>), [[object-oriented features|Object orientated programming]], [[namespace]]s.
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ngn/apl supports most primitives, [[dfn]]s (<source lang=apl inline>{⍺ ⍵}</source>), [[nested array]]s, [[complex number]]s (<source lang=apl inline>1j2</source>), [[Infinity|infinities]] (<source lang=apl inline>¯</source> or <source lang=apl inline>∞</source>), [[Function train|forks and atops]], [[Multiple assignment|strand assignment]] (<source lang=apl inline>(a b)←c</source>), [[indexed assignment]] (<source lang=apl inline>a[b]←c</source>), [[dop|user-defined operators]] (<source lang=apl inline>{⍺⍺ ⍵⍵}</source>), but does not support [[tradfn]]s (<source lang=apl inline>∇R←X f Y</source>), non-zero [[index origin]] (<source lang=apl inline>⎕IO</source>), [[comparison tolerance]] (<source lang=apl inline>⎕CT</source>), [[prototype]]s, [[modified assignment]] (<source lang=apl inline>x+←1</source>), [[keyword]]s (<source lang=apl inline>:If</source>), [[object-oriented programming]], [[namespace]]s.
  
 
== External link ==
 
== External link ==

Revision as of 09:37, 19 November 2019



An APL interpreter written Nick Nickolov in JavaScript, making it run in a under Node.js or in any modern browser.

ngn/apl supports most primitives, dfns ({ }), nested arrays, complex numbers (1j2), infinities (¯ or ), forks and atops, strand assignment ((a b)c), indexed assignment (a[b]c), user-defined operators ({⍺⍺ ⍵⍵}), but does not support tradfns (RX f Y), non-zero index origin (⎕IO), comparison tolerance (⎕CT), prototypes, modified assignment (x+1), keywords (:If), object-oriented programming, namespaces.

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APL dialects [edit]
Maintained APL+Win (APL*PLUS) ∙ APL2APL64APL\ivCo-dfnsDyalog APLdzaima/APLGNU APLNARS2000ngn/apl
Historical Iverson notationA Programming LanguageA+ (A) ∙ APL#APL.68000APL.SVAPLXAPL\1130APL\360NARSopenAPLRowanSHARP APL (SAX) ∙ VisualAPL (APLNext) ∙ VSAPLYork APL
Derivatives ELIJK (Q, KDB+) ∙ LYaPASNialRAD