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4:31 PM
pro-freezen't
So I was trying to find the nth root of a number and came up with Æeİ, but apparently that doesn't work
I thought a dyad-monad pair would apply the monad to the right argument and then use the dyad on that and the left argument
Looks like İÆe@ doesn't work either, but that's 4 bytes anyway
Oh nvm it was İ*@, I need to get better at Ctrl+F
 
5:10 PM
yeah Æeis the natural exponential function
in general capital = monad and loweracse = dyad, and in the case of two-byte atoms that's for the first byte rather than the second
also in a monadic link it would be , and if it's in a dyadic link but you do something else to the left argument before taking the right-th root it's *İ}
 
6:11 PM
Ah, that makes sense, thanks!
 

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