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12:42 PM
@ngn should i have expected this to be rectangular, or is the ragged output the way it should be? ngn.bitbucket.io/k/…
 
ngn
@chrispsn this is a side effect. i hadn't even thought about it
 
there is something not quite right there - it shouldn't mention e or f at all
 
ngn
@chrispsn the current impl is the k string on this line
 
1:01 PM
@ngn oh nice, didn't realise it was a k string
was thinking 'deep where' could also be useful for processing the result of a scan
i'm so used to the primitives as is, that it's nice to go back to old problems and see if it suggests a new approach
 
 
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7:58 PM
is the by clause in k9/ksql nyi, or replaced with: g group select a from t ?
 
8:30 PM
@ktye is the "select[G]" part here new?
 
@coltim idn. can you get it to work?
 
@ktye nope! although I'm not super familiar with k9
giving it an expression raises a !value or !type instead of a !parse
 
8:50 PM
not sure what t:[[]a:1 1 1 2 2 3;b:"abcdef"];select[t:a] from t where a=1 is doing. weirdly select[t:a] by from t where a=1 returns the same
 
9:04 PM
not sure about the by part but yeh that's just parsed as select [t:a] from t
 
what is parse? used to be `p@
 
9:22 PM
dyadic $ is listed as parse, although it's still pad too
 
@coltim that's type from string, e.g "f"$"2.34"
 

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