A Practical Introduction to APL 1 and APL 2
by Graeme Donald Robertson
Publisher: Robertson Pub 2008
Number of pages: 57
APL is a high-level, general-purpose, intuitive programming language which is designed to be easy on the programmer even if consequently hard on the computer - through power, not inefficiency. APL is essentially simple and easy to learn, and APL is interactive making it possible to experiment with different ideas while developing solutions.
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