A Practical Introduction to APL 3 and 4
by Graeme Donald Robertson
Publisher: Robertson Pub 2008
Number of pages: 196
Contents: Notation and Conventions; Objects and their Properties; Methods and Events; Dot Syntax; The Session Object; Control Structures; In-Process OLE Servers; OLE Clients; ActiveX Controls; C Function Access; Stand-Alone Applications; Advanced Dot Syntax; Dynamic Programs; APL Threads; TCP/IP Sockets; APL Web Servers; etc.
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