Hello,Here it mentions,The data feed could be written directly to the
RDB. More often, it is written to a kdb+ process called a tickerplant,
which will: write all incoming records to a log filepush all data to the
RDBpush all or subsets of the data t...
Hello,I understand the intuition for "t", "T" and "1" to be truthy
characters, but can someone please explain why "x","X","y","Y" are
considered truthy?Furthermore, can someone provide an example where
truthy characters would be used in practice?/ Tr...
Hello,I'm trying to relate C++ concepts to q. I read that "In q, copy is
done on a write operation". I am looking to make a deep and shallow copy
of a table. I do not want to incur a write operation, or write my table
to disk to make my copy. I've be...
Hello,I'm having difficulty flipping dictionaries that have strings. I
always get a length error. Here is a simple example.q)(!) .
`1ASD7SJDKversion| 2hex | 5 2 1 2 4 1 1When I flip this d...
Thanks for your quick response Callum.Can you expand a little on your
third point? In particular, the difference between having a TP vs
pushing directly to the RDB with reference to, "EOD actions can grow to
be complicated if the ingestion point fail...
Flying's approach seems to create a shallow copy as opposed to a deep
copy, as the foreign key relationship after serializing and
deserializing vanishes.I am wondering how I create a deep copy (i.e.
keep the foreign key relation).q)meta t1 / Original...