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Marshall Spight

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(Msg. 1) Posted: Sat Aug 13, 2005 2:50 pm
Post subject: APL, J or K?
Archived from groups: comp>databases>theory (more info?)

Anyone here have any experience with the APL, J or K programming
languages? (Yes, I recognize the redundancy in "APL programming
language.") What about with Kdb?

They look fairly interesting, if somewhat thrown together. It
doesn't appear that any of them are examples of great design,
but the underlying math seems quite interesting.


Marshall

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