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Two subreddits (individual forums on [[wikipedia:Reddit|Reddit]]) are especially notable to the APL community:
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Subreddits are individual forums on [[wikipedia:Reddit|Reddit]].
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Two subreddits are especially notable for the APL community:
  
 
* '''[https://www.reddit.com/r/apljk/ r/apljk]''' is for talk about APL, [[J]], [[K]]/[[Q]] and kdb+, and all things that relate to [[array language]]s.
 
* '''[https://www.reddit.com/r/apljk/ r/apljk]''' is for talk about APL, [[J]], [[K]]/[[Q]] and kdb+, and all things that relate to [[array language]]s.

Latest revision as of 04:45, 22 November 2020

Subreddits are individual forums on Reddit.

Two subreddits are especially notable for the APL community:

  • r/apl has less activity, but is exclusively for APL.


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