Right Shoe

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The glyph right shoe is a an oval missing its left side (resembling the top-down view of a horseshoe pointing to the right) represented by the Unicode character , "superset of". The right shoe has several uses in various dialects:

In the context of nested APLs, monadic is often called Disclose in symmetry of (Left Shoe) being Enclose. However, as this name is ambiguous, the names First and Mix are to be preferred.

APL glyphs [edit]
Information GlyphTyping glyphs (on Linux) ∙ UnicodeFontsMnemonicsOverstrikesMigration level
Individual glyphs Jot () ∙ Right Shoe () ∙ Up Arrow () ∙ Zilde () ∙ High minus (¯) ∙ Dot (.) ∙ Del ()