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Published in : 2016-06-20 | by Maitria Alex Harms
Programmers without array-language experience are often shocked by J programs because they look so different. What lets J code be so short are consistencies ...
Published in : 2014-03-13 | by Martin Saurer
J is a general-purpose, high-performance, array-oriented programming language which is particularly strong in data analysis. J has a somewhat unusual, but ...
Published in : 2014-03-07 | by Martin Saurer
What is J? What is it good for? What can I do with it? The video "J in 15 minutes" tries to answer these questions. Enjoy! Some smaller parts, but a little more ...
Published in : 2011-06-13 | by Big Think
http://bigthink.com "Nobody should call themselves a professional if they only knew one language." Question: What are the five most important languages that ...
Published in : 2014-02-22 | by thebrianschott
Coding in the programming language J can eschew loops and employ a syntactical feature called a Fork, which often supplies an expressiveness common to ...
Published in : 2016-06-10 | by YOW! Conferences
Vector / array functional programming languages have been around for a long time, beginning with the introduction of APL. Modern dialects of APL such as j, k, ...
Published in : 2014-04-06 | by Martin Saurer
J is a general-purpose, high-performance, array-oriented programming language which is particularly strong in data analysis. J has a somewhat unusual, but ...
Published in : 2009-04-10 | by thebrianschott
J is a modern, high-level, general-purpose, high-performance programming language. J is portable and runs on Windows, Unix, Mac, and PocketPC handhelds, ...
Published in : 2016-01-22 | by WikiAudio
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Published in : 2018-11-09 | by Tim-J.Swan
On quest for the necessary ultimate programming language. But it's not of the traditional definition of a programming language, yet still is meant to supersede ...