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1:56 AM
@tybocopperkettle Keep in mind that, in the early days of Jelly, there was basically no such things as link combinators (e.g. $). So the only way to group links together was by using chains
Old Jelly was weird. Clearly before , but the F is weird
 
 
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5:33 AM
wait why is the F weird
 
 
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4:12 PM
@UnrelatedString Oh wait, I didn't realise that ṡR doesn't do the same thing as ಠ_ಠ
 
 
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9:31 PM
@cairdcoinheringaahing Ah that makes more sense
 
 
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11:26 PM
also reminds me, it's kinda strange we never got any combinators that go beyond existing chain rules
like something to combine two dyads and evaluate them left to right, or something to combine a dyad and a monad and apply the monad to the right argument
(or more like both of those in one quick lmao)
like xʠy = x¹yɗ, xʠY = xY}¥
 
11:42 PM
I believe Dennis was thinking about a quick that did x (mdQ) y = (m x) d (m y)
 

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