Is it possible to remove entries from or reset symw memory somehow?I
process some external data shaped a certain way, then I store it shaped
differently. And I am left with some symbols in memory which won't be
needed after this processing is done. A...
This works:q)t:(a:`a`b;b:0 1;c:"ab")q)show t,:(a:`c`d;c:"cd")a b
c-----a 0 ab 1 bc cd dWhy this, which semantically you'd think it's
exactly the same thing, doesn't work?q)t:(a:`a`b;b:0
I want to define a "parent" table that has only a primary key as column.
Trying this fails.q) p:([k:`$()]) 'parse So based on what I am reading
in Q for mortals I came up with this:q) p:flip (enlist `k)!enlist `$()Is
there no table definition syntax ...
I am using C# interface as described here:
http://code.kx.com/wiki/Cookbook/InterfacingWithCSharpI have a q table
that has a composite foreign key and I want to bulk insert into it. How
do I pass the composite key column values?I tried Array of Array...
If I load this from a script it works:dwact:
([act:`d`k`ki]dsc:("D";"K";"KI"));`:db/dwact set dwact;dwstat:
([stat:`p`s`e]dsc:("P";"F";"E"));`:db/dwstat set dwstat;dwlog:
Some seem to have trouble finding the Kindle version. Amazon places it
on the page in such a way that one gets confused on how to get it, it
seems.This is the link where I could find
Maciej,I gave qSharp a shot and I find out it outperforms kx c#
interface. Thanks for pointing me to it.One thing which I would hold as
a minor bug though. While you can have columns with a runtime type of
'type', if you declare column with a com...
Here is a shot at trying to get a generalized solution. csert function
is my first more complex Q function, so feedback for
improvement/conciseness is gladly