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5:55 AM
@user2338150 Welcome!
 
 
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7:29 PM
this turned out less readable than i had hoped. probably aligning the arg specifiers in the last one would make it look better, but i'm lazy
https://tio.run/##pVLNasMwDL7rKQS7JBSKe@g5j1Kytcf@0EKhNL2OMubTDu15z5AOsmvfxC@SyrLj2Z6zlQ3iWPokW58/6alcbMtN22aZen1Rx3M2HO@V/KQPlbzQp7fDIM@VfM9GQlDK9ZTnxUgoWQsA9fwG8ACI09l6i9PlisxqQsl6xxBGDh3Pzkakop2XSOa1Dzw6wuwiEC3bbzAHfHRyCDzE4RiM0a3BfdRJDO/g9QS6WAFd0dpaOtGZgqSC5Rrn5e5x1q@bkh9hgAFHwHj8t/p1SJM6xrDVMUB8LaNApTvvaZoMu6Q4w2jsI2wbpUO4sXonuDfBk90tVnfvAtbekCkgJldHSKVH2/Qkgi@uP3@eaL8n/57pqm@qE@qnp/tX1e95Tp/edtq/mNZh6R9Vbtsb
 
 
2 hours later…
9:01 PM
Huh, I just noticed there's alpha and omega with underbar. I wonder if it'd be a good idea to use those instead of ⍺⍺ and ⍵⍵
 
gnu apl uses that (I think). Some others too probably
 
@J.Sallé my APL uses that too, it's the reason i'm using them there (but ⍺⍺ & ⍵⍵ in the source as one of the thing's end goals is parsing the dfns workspace)
 
ngn
9:20 PM
ngn/apl too
 

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