Dear Kdb+ Developers,Enlightenment Research, LLC is happy to announce
the availability of PyQ 4.1.2.Although classified as a bug-fix release,
PyQ 4.1.2 includes significant improvements for the installation
process.With this release, we have publishe...
Enlightenment Research LLC is happy to announce the availability of PyQ
4.1.0, a minor release that includes the following new features as well
as performance improvements.New features:Improved calling Python
functions from q.Objects of any type supp...
Dear Kdb+ Developers,We are happy to announce the availability of PyQ
4.0, a major release and a culmination of over a year of development
effort. In addition to several new features and performance
improvements, this release includes the significant...
On Sunday, July 1, 2018 at 3:44:59 AM UTC-4, Jignesh B wrote: i do not
find any documentation to active pyq-kernel in jupyter notebook for
ubuntu.That's because standard installation instructions apply: pip
install pyq-kernel pyq -m pyq.kernel instal...
On Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 1:53:16 PM UTC-4, ag wrote:3. Is there a
tutorial of Q graph exercises (from simple to advanced) that shows
options on how to represent graphs and traverse them?Take a look at
On Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 12:46:56 AM UTC-4, effbiae wrote:this is
the correct way of calling k() with variable number of
parms:k(0,"1",(S)0) The idiomatic way is k(0, .., (K)0) which highlights
the fact that varargs are K objects. I used this fo...
On Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 4:28:41 AM UTC-5, Krishna wrote:Quick
question - what does the `. do, inside k4? `. is the name of the root
namespace, but on the second thought, simply using the . function (eval)
is probably better: q)foo_bar:42 .`$"...
On Monday, January 22, 2018 at 7:25:42 AM UTC-5, Krishna wrote:Is there
a way to escape the "_" so k4 accepts it? If you create a variable with
an _ in the name in q, you should be able to retrieve it from k4 as
follows:q)foo_bar:42q)\ `. `$"foo_bar"...