Welcome to the British APL Association

The BAA was founded almost 40 years ago to promote a family of interactive array-programming languages noted for elegance, conciseness and fast development speed. Many of them were derived from Kenneth Iverson’s mathematical notation.

BAA London, Next Meeting: Fri 30 Nov

2:30pm – Hoop & Grapes, 80 Farringdon St, London EC4A 4BL.
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What actually is APL?

APL is one of the three longest-living programming languages. Developed in the 1960s by Kenneth E. Iverson, its concise, array-oriented notation means that it is ideal for exploratory programming. At the same time, its highly-tuned interpreter allows it to run at a speed that matches compiled C code.

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About the BAA

The BAA was founded 40 years ago to promote a family of interactive array-programming languages noted for elegance, conciseness and fast development speed. Many of them were derived from Kenneth Iverson’s mathematical notation.

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