ACM SIGAPL / APL2007 Conference / Montreal / one week away

Gosi gosinn at gmail.com
Mon Oct 22 10:17:31 CEST 2007


On Oct 21, 10:35 am, "Wade Ward" <zaxf... at invalid.net> wrote:
> "Gosi" <gos... at gmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:1192954949.817248.242120 at y27g2000pre.googlegroups.com...
>
>
>
> > On Oct 20, 10:46 pm, rbe <berne... at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On Oct 15, 5:22 am, Mike Kent <mk... at acm.org> wrote:
>
> >> > Conference page
> >> >         // with links to program details //
> >> >                 (updated Friday 10/12)
>
> >> >        http://www.sigapl.org/apl2007.html...
>
> >> At APL2007, I'll be announcing the release of the APEX APL compiler,
> >> version 0.0.0, under GPL Version 2.
> >> If you can't wait until then, you can download it for Dyalog Linux
> >> atwww.snakeisland.com.
>
> >> Bob
>
> > Congratulations on your compiler.
>
> > I looked through your pages and came across this
>
> > "[This article originally appeared in the ACM SIGAPL Quote Quad, vol.
> > 21, no.1, September 1990.]
>
> > The APL character set has contributed, more than any other facet of
> > the language, to its lack of acceptance in the computing community at
> > large. The character set is a metaproblem -- not a problem in and of
> > itself, but a creator of other recurring problems of hardware,
> > software, ergonomics, and psychology. The adoption of new, ASCII-base
> > dialects of APL, such as J, is suggested as one solution to the
> > character set problem. "
>
> > This is also the reason for why I will not be downloading your new
> > compiler until there will be a J version of it, something I hope will
> > be coming soon.
>
> > I can not use the APL character set at all.
> > It is too mixed up with my national characters.
>
> witch ones?
> --
> wade ward
> w... at zaxfuuq.net
> "Der Katze tritt die Treppe hoch;  Der Kater tritt sie krumm.%
> % De Teufel geit um; er bringt de menschen allet dumm."
> schau, schau

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