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  • {{Also on Wikipedia|Stallman|Richard Stallman}} ...a text editor as a high school student in the summer of 1969<ref>Stallman, Richard M. [http://www.lysator.liu.se/history/garb/txt/87-2-rms.txt "RMS Berättar"
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  • {{Also on Wikipedia|Stallman|Richard Stallman}} ...a text editor as a high school student in the summer of 1969<ref>Stallman, Richard M. [http://www.lysator.liu.se/history/garb/txt/87-2-rms.txt "RMS Berättar"
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  • | 1 || 18 May || [[Richard Smith]] and [[Morten Kromberg]] || [https://dyalog.tv/Webinar/?v=cPwlaEaTm4 | 16 || 21 Mar || [[Richard Park]] || [https://dyalog.tv/Webinar/?v=w4t13pge4mw TryAPL – The Next Gen
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  • | developer = Red Corona (Richard Smith)
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  • ...to APL Seeds '21''', [[Gitte Christensen]], Managing Director (CEO), and [[Richard Park]] ([https://www.dyalog.com/uploads/conference/aplseeds21/presentations
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  • * [[Richard Stallman]]
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  • Documents on GNU APL sometimes quote [[Richard Stallman]], who both founded GNU and programmed in APL. However, Stallman i
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  • * '''SHARP APL as a Distributed Program Product'''. [[Richard Lathwell|R. H. Lathwell]]. * '''Managing APL Resources at Upjohn'''. Richard J. Busman.
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  • ...Dick Suitor, David Grantz, Carl Zimmerman, Steve Atlas, Harvey Bingham and Richard Suitor. The APL Machine evolved as an Analogic AP-500 array processor, in w
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  • * '''A Formal Description of APL'''. [[Richard Lathwell|R. H. Lathwell]].
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  • ...tion by [[Adin Falkoff|Falkoff]] and [[Ken Iverson|Iverson]], but is was [[Richard Lathwell|R. H. Lathwell]] who recognized the practical potential of the ide
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  • ...wikipedia:NVIDIA|NVIDIA]]. Recurring panellists are [[Adám Brudzewsky]], [[Richard Park]], and Rodrigo Girão Serrão, of [[Dyalog Ltd.]], Stephen Taylor and
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  • ...live chat sessions held by [[Adám Brudzewsky]] with guest appearances by [[Richard Park]]. The sessions run on Fridays at 15:00 UTC since 4 February 2022. Eac
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  • ...ce> thus allowing both the above usage and "scatter point indexing":<ref>[[Richard Park]]. [https://dyalog.tv/Webinar/?v=AgYDvSF2FfU Selecting from Arrays]. [
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  • ...log08/presentations/08_SmithScholes_JournaledFiles.ppt materials]) (with [[Richard Smith]])
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  • * [[Richard Park]]: [https://dyalog.tv/Webinar/?v=w4t13pge4mw TryAPL - The Next Generat * [[Richard Park]]: [https://dyalog.tv/Webinar/?v=cBDmWY_a25Q Presenting TryAPL v3] web
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  • * [[Dyalog Webinar]]s by [[Richard Park]]: [https://dyalog.tv/Webinar/?v=IBct81IopRk Introduction], [https://d
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  • ...v=cPwlaEaTm4Y Something Old, Something New & Something Experimental] (with Richard Smith)
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  • * '''The BCA Chart Editor''', Richard Proctor * '''Is that an APL system in your pocket?''', Richard Procter
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  • | 39 || 1981-06-01 || || || [[Richard Lathwell]] || [https://www.jsoftware.com/papers/satn39.htm The SHARP APL S-
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  • | 1 || Apr 9th 2020 || [[Richard Park]], [[Dyalog Ltd.|Dyalog]] || [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbB4uxbG
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