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The [[glyph]] '''up arrow''' is an upwards pointing arrow represented by the [[Unicode]] character <code>↑</code>, "upwards arrow". The up arrow has several uses in various dialects:
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The [[glyph]] '''up arrow''' (or '''pike''', in [[A Dictionary of APL]]) is an upwards pointing arrow represented by the [[Unicode]] character <code>↑</code>, "upwards arrow". The up arrow has several uses in various dialects:
 
* In all dialects, <source lang=apl inline>↑</source> is [[Take]] when used dyadically (except very early versions of [[APL\360]], which used it for [[Rotate]]).
 
* In all dialects, <source lang=apl inline>↑</source> is [[Take]] when used dyadically (except very early versions of [[APL\360]], which used it for [[Rotate]]).
 
* In [[SHARP APL]], <source lang=apl inline>↑</source> is [[Unique|Nub]] when monadic.
 
* In [[SHARP APL]], <source lang=apl inline>↑</source> is [[Unique|Nub]] when monadic.
* In [[APL2]], [[NARS2000]], [[GNU APL]], and [[APLX]], <source lang=apl inline>↑</source>, is [[First]] when monadic.
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* In [[APL2]], [[NARS2000]], [[GNU APL]], and [[APLX]], <source lang=apl inline>↑</source> is [[First]] when monadic.
* In [[Dyalog APL]], [[dzaima/APL]], and [[ngn/apl]], <source lang=apl inline></source>, is [[Mix]] when monadic.
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* In [[Dyalog APL]], [[dzaima/APL]], and [[ngn/apl]], <source lang=apl inline></source> is [[Mix]] when monadic.
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* In [[A+]], <source lang=apl inline>↑</source> is [[Signal]], giving an error with the specified message, when monadic.
  
 
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{{APL glyphs}}[[Category:Glyphs]]

Latest revision as of 13:27, 19 May 2020

The glyph up arrow (or pike, in A Dictionary of APL) is an upwards pointing arrow represented by the Unicode character , "upwards arrow". The up arrow has several uses in various dialects:


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