FinnAPL

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FinnAPL (formally the Finnish APL Association or Suomen APL-yhdistys ry in Finnish) is an active user group in Finland, famous for producing the renown FinnAPL idiom library. Its current activities include meetings twice a year and the FinnAPL Forest Seminar, and several of its members are regulars and recurring presenters at the Dyalog user meetings.


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