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The .q namespace contains all the bits of q which are are wrappers of k and hence gives us a good starting point. If we type lj we can see its definition, .q.lj is the fully qualified name. q)lj k){$[$[99h=@y;(98h=@!y)&98h=@. y;()~y];.Q.ft[,\:[;y];x]...
The q operators and functions are a combination of optimized c functions and wrappers on top of the k language. k preceded q by about a decade. These days you are supposed to write q code so k is not documented anymore, unfortunately parse trees and ...
The q operators and functions are a combination of optimized c functions and wrappers on top of the k language. k preceded q by about a decade. These days you are supposed to write q code so k is not documented anymore, unfortunately parse trees and ...
What does this statement mean? "can't read it" Let's assume all readers of the code are developers. Are they all proficient enough with the language in order to read the entire .q file even if it is formatted in the 'perfect' way? A good beginner dev...
Well, there's no single answer. What you want is a structure that everyone is comfortable with, consider the following points: If you have to do a sequence of ls, cd, ls, cd commands, whenever you want to navigate to a file, or worse constantly use t...