|Subject:||Re: [Bug-apl] Outer product with replicate error|
|Date:||Tue, 17 May 2016 18:53:13 +0200|
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yes. APL2 produces what you predicted.
I believe that the standard says little about how / and friends shall be parsed.
In GNU APL a value left of / makes it a function at tokenization time in order to
avoid testing at runtime.
On 05/17/2016 06:20 PM, Kacper Gutowski wrote:
On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 4:49 PM, Juergen Sauermann wrote:is seems like IBM APL2 computes 1 2 3 /¨ 4 5 6 as: (1 2 3/4) (1 2 3/5) (1 2 3/6) However, the ISO standard says Z ← A f¨ B(...) The difference isn't in each operator, but in parsing / always as a monadic operator (albeit taking a numeric argument) rather than a dyadic function. I don't have APL2 to test, but I expect (1 2 3/)¨4 5 6 to work too. -k
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