A common beginner mistake is to specify iteration when it is already
implicit in q’s operators and keywords. This is a shame, because
implicit iteration is almost always the fastest – and speed is what you
came for, right? A new article on code.kx.co...
We encounter the enlist keyword early in learning q; a reliable way to
make a one-item list where 1# won’t do. But there is a bit more to
enlist than that. In the first place, it is not only variadic – taking
various numbers of arguments – it will ta...
Hey Qbies, I have a table containing for multiple symbols that I'm
looking to count rows... For example: symbol | symbol count | dataset
count aapl | 1 | 1 aapl| 2 | 2 goog| 1 | 3 Basically, I want to get
identify the row count by symbol and then by ...
Whats good, Qbies. I have 2 tables I'm trying to put together with a
window join using `sym`time columns. The output table comes through
fine, but I go through the data and it's clearly mixing results from
different symbols. What gives? I've checked ...