This subcategory (perhaps misnamed) is devoted to producers of APL interpreters, i.e. the organisations that code the interpreters. They may also provide other APL or non-APL related services or products.
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Morgan Stanley's APL with GUI, system interfaces, callbacks, synchronization among objects, ASCII and/or APL character sets. Manual, history, screenshots, downloads, documents, FAQ, contacts, resources, reviews. [Open Source, GPL]
Rapid Application Development products and services. Announcements, support.
An extended APL interpreter and compiler. Converts APL functions into portable C source files. Supports nested arrays, APL symbols, and extended style control structures.
The K.CoSy "noteComputing" environment. An Open vocabulary creating an interactive programming environment for Arthur Whitney's K language. Development of scalable quantitative hierarchical systems as rapidly as the task can be defined.
Producers of one of the finest APL interpreters for all versions of Windows and some flavours of UNIX. They have links to an APL webserver producing graphs.
Features and benefits, system requirements, library, and success stories.
Modern high performance, general purpose programming language, ideal for complex analytics and data manipulation. APL inventor Kenneth Iverson formed Iverson Software and works here. Free evaluation download.
Juggle: J for Unix
Master distribution point for Unix versions of ISI's J system and related issues. Features: bug report database, J Feature Hitlist, CVS repository for official and contributed J code, mailing lists, ISI site mirror.
Makers of Kdb relational database manager extended for timeseries, and K programming development environment. Mission-critical applications are being built in Kdb and K at top-tier financial institutions world-wide.
Innovative porting tools and services, and software consulting. Sells APL.68000 for Apple Macintosh. Recently released APLX for Windows, MacOS, Linux and AIX.
An experimental open source APL interpreter that runs natively under Windows (32- and 64-bit versions), and under Linux using Wine. Site includes the latest downloads, documentation and a discussion forum.
Delivers systems and applications software products for IBM/MVS, and now RISC/UNIX platforms, integrated with proprietary and industry-standard middleware. Also a free Linux version.
STSC APL*PLUS, Other APLs, and Some Utilities
APL Returns to the Mac. Medium-long review; vendors, contact information, code examples, screenshot. [MacTech] (December 01, 1987)
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