Hi all,I've added a ANTLR like parser in Q to github - QLL It is a top
down recursive parser with unlimited look ahead that predicts each
production (without backtracking). The grammar language it uses is also
similar to ANTLR (except lexer) and supp...
Hi,I've recently added to github a Q to C (so lib) compiler -
https://github.com/quintanar401/q2c . It can compile any Q code (small
adjustments may be required) into a C lib that can be loaded into Q and
then the compiled functions will work as befo...
https://github.com/quintanar401/kdb-wc that you might find useful.It
get data from a kdb+ db via http or ws into a browser, put it i...
New Q debugger is available here
https://github.com/quintanar401/dbgUnlike other debug helper functions
it gives you full control over the function/program and acts more like
the ordinary Java/C debugger - you can execute functions line by line,
There is also (count') style that may come handy in some cases.WBR,
Andrey.среда, 18 декабря 2019 г., 11:11:29 UTC+3 пользователь Stephen
sets out the basic picture. Many q keywords...
Hi,1 mil is a big enough number (though this depends on what exactly you
want to do), most benchmark datasets are usually smaller.Otherwise you
can use data augmentation, data mixing (construct examples like
alpha*ex1+(1-alpha)*ex2), use a pretrained...
I don't know about this kx Java class but it is easy to establish a
connection with a Q process - it sends a user name and a password and
you need to send back true or false. After this handshake everything
goes as usual.вторник, 23 января 2018 г., 2...
If you really want 100% obscurity you can use my tool
-https://github.com/quintanar401/q2cit can compile any Q code into C and
then *.so library.WBR, Andrey Kozyrev.четверг, 18 января 2018 г.,
7:42:33 UTC+3 пользователь agoodname написал:Hi Q gods,Do...
I guess lj is designed for cases where size(t)~size(u). If you try your
example for u with 9000 rows for example your fn will be much slower.
This may happen sometimes. For example the optimal sym/time or time/sym
order in the where clause (with `g# ...