There is plenty of documentation suites about what different parts of APL do. For example, in many IDEs, one can press the F1 key while the caret is pointing at a primitive function or Quad name to open the appropriate documentation. However, APLcart comes to answer "How do I…" questions.
It is intended for both beginners and professionals, but knowledge of basic APL syntax is a prerequisite.
Created and maintained by Adám Brudzewsky, it invites the general APL community to contribute through GitHub pull requests and templated issues.
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