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History: Array languagesThis has got to be one of the sparsest language families. The classics are APL, APL2, A+, J, and K, which were developed in that order and have entangled histories. Nial is the dark horse. Glee is the newest. Nesl is a parallel array language. Then there's the programming language of Mathematica, which supports array operations. Surely there are more? By James Hague at 20040729 16:23  Site Discussion  previous forum topic  next forum topic  other blogs  17310 reads

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