Difference between revisions of "Nial"

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| implementation languages = [[wikipedia:C (programming language)|C]]
 
| implementation languages = [[wikipedia:C (programming language)|C]]
 
| source                  = [https://github.com/danlm/QNial7 GitHub]
 
| source                  = [https://github.com/danlm/QNial7 GitHub]
| platforms                = x86
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| platforms                = x86, arm
 
| operating systems        = Linux, Darwin/OSX, Raspbian, Windows
 
| operating systems        = Linux, Darwin/OSX, Raspbian, Windows
 
| license                  = [[wikipedia:GNU_General_Public_License|GNU GPLv3]]
 
| license                  = [[wikipedia:GNU_General_Public_License|GNU GPLv3]]
 
| website                  = [https://www.nial-array-language.org www.nial-array-language.org]
 
| website                  = [https://www.nial-array-language.org www.nial-array-language.org]
 
| download                = [https://github.com/danlm/QNial7/tree/master/binaries QNial7/Binaries]
 
| download                = [https://github.com/danlm/QNial7/tree/master/binaries QNial7/Binaries]
| file ext                = .nial
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| file ext                = .ndf, .nlg
 
| documentation            = [https://www.nial-array-language.org/ndocs Documentation]
 
| documentation            = [https://www.nial-array-language.org/ndocs Documentation]
 
| influenced by            = [[Dyalog APL]]
 
| influenced by            = [[Dyalog APL]]

Revision as of 05:04, 12 November 2021


Nial is an APL-family language being actively maintained and developed by John Gibbons and Mike Jenkins. It uses the nested array model and closely follows APL-derived languages semantically, where it differs from tradition is with it's use of atlas[1], left to right evaluation, and usage of words for builtins and primitive functions.


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