Madeline talks about stuff she is doing or has caught her interest.
In this post I implement some of the less intuitive primitives for TinyAPL.
In this post, I will add functions and operators to the Haskell representation of TinyAPL.
We all know `3 7 4` is `3` and `3 7 4` is `7`, but what about `3 7 4[1.5]`?
In this series of articles, I will implement a simple APL dialect named TinyAPL in Haskell.
A while back I was casually perusing the articles on Jo̊t Dọt Ti̽mes and fell in love with almost anything that Brandon Wilson writes up. In his What Does ⍋⍋ Even Mean?, he shares a quote that just feels like a challenge.
Recently, Brandon Wilson posted a nice article discussing a nice article discussing a way in which APL's algebraic properties absolutely shine.