Difference between revisions of "Timeline of influential array languages"

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* 1990: [[J]] is [[Ken Iverson]]'s new array language, with [[wikipedia:ASCII|ASCII]] characters and based on [[leading axis theory]]
 
* 1990: [[J]] is [[Ken Iverson]]'s new array language, with [[wikipedia:ASCII|ASCII]] characters and based on [[leading axis theory]]
 
* 1992: [[K]] ("K0"), [[Arthur Whitney]]'s [[List model|list]]-based language, first becomes available
 
* 1992: [[K]] ("K0"), [[Arthur Whitney]]'s [[List model|list]]-based language, first becomes available
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* 1997: [[Dyalog APL]] adds [[dfn]]s
 
* 2006: [[NARS2000]], a successor to [[NARS]], is released
 
* 2006: [[NARS2000]], a successor to [[NARS]], is released
 
* 2009: [[VisualAPL]] is the first [[.NET]]-based APL, but soon stops development
 
* 2009: [[VisualAPL]] is the first [[.NET]]-based APL, but soon stops development
 
* 2010: [[APL#]], a [[.NET]]-based language, is released by [[Dyalog Ltd.]], to be abandoned in 2012
 
* 2010: [[APL#]], a [[.NET]]-based language, is released by [[Dyalog Ltd.]], to be abandoned in 2012
 
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* 2013: [[GNU APL]] is the first fully [[wikipedia:Scripting language|scriptable]] APL
 
{{APL dialects}}[[Category:Timelines]][[Category:APL history]]
 
{{APL dialects}}[[Category:Timelines]][[Category:APL history]]

Latest revision as of 15:17, 20 July 2020

The following array family programming languages, and papers describing languages, have had a major influence on commonly-used APLs.

APL dialects [edit]
Maintained APL+Win (APL*PLUS) ∙ APL2APL64APL\ivAprilCo-dfnsDyalog APLdzaima/APLExtended Dyalog APLGNU APLNARS2000ngn/apl
Historical Iverson notationA Programming LanguageA+ (A) ∙ APL#APL.68000APL.SVAPLXAPL\1130APL\360NARSopenAPLRowanSAXSHARP APLVisualAPL (APLNext) ∙ VS APLYork APL
Derivatives AHPLAPL\ivELIIIvyJJellyK (Q, KDB+) ∙ LYaPASNialRAD