From Sam Sirlin@21:1/5 to All on Sun Dec 27 15:12:58 2020
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o John Mitloehner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
has proposed a PP scheme for this that includes data and functions.
See his article at APL92. Code for various APLs is available at
@begin function NUB
R@is NUB X
R@is ((X@iota X)= @iota @rho X)/X
Code is also available for incorporation of APL into latex
documents. See J. Mitlohner (1992), Porting APL Programs via ASCII Transliteration. APL Quote Quad, 23(1):148-155.
o Jim Weigang proposes the more familiar "Del editor" output
format. Sample code for this translator is available in this
Q:What about Unicode?
A: Writing APL in Unicode
This section needs some work
Unicode (http://www.unicode.org/) was
conceived as a way of storing data in any of the worlds
languages. This includes APL. Most modern computer OS seem to support
this. Most modern APLs natively support unicode now. Of course fonts
are needed, and programs that can display/interact with the data.
Most (all?) fonts are incomplete, as there are a lot of glyphs need to represent everything, so of course many don't include all APL
characters (or Devanagari, Tibetan,...).
o Phil Chastney has written an article and included a Unicode font
with APL characters http://www.vector.org.uk
o Markus Triska has some notes on APL/Unicode at http://www.metalevel.at/unicapl/
Included there is an apl.el file for Emacs, that allows entering unicode charaters using apl-ascii.
o Adrian Smith's unicode font apl385 along with other information
and fonts is available at http://www.vector.org.uk.
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