Mastering Dyalog APL
by Bernard Legrand
Publisher: Dyalog Limited 2009
Number of pages: 818
This book is a complete guide to the use of Dyalog APL describing a large number of common coding techniques, and discussing a variety of interfaces, including file handling and COM/OLE. It provides a thorough introduction to developing Graphical User Interfaces in Dyalog APL and wraps up with an overview of the publishing tool NewLeaf and the RainPro graphics engine.
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