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Getting Started

PostPosted by forummaster » Sat Jan 17, 2009 3:56 pm

APL characters may be entered by copying them into a text field from an APL session.  As long as the APL interpreter supports Unicode, the translation is faithful.  To aid in formatting the APL characters, you may click on the APL formatting symbol (looks like an APL format symbol) in the Code Buttons window which inserts the proper formatting strings into the text.  Between the matching [apl] and [/apl] insert the APL text.  For example, Z←((⍴L)⍴⍋⍋L⍳L,R)⍳(⍴R)⍴⍋⍋L⍳R,L.
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PostPosted by umkclag0 » Tue Feb 09, 2010 4:09 pm

I am trying to figure out how to enter overstrike characters in nars2000. The part about the code button does not make sense. help?

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PostPosted by forummaster » Wed Mar 31, 2010 7:22 pm

{12.135}umkclag0 wrote:
{12.135}umkclag0 wrote:
I am trying to figure out how to enter overstrike characters in nars2000.  The part about the code button does not make sense.  help?

When you compose a message on this forum, you'll see a line with the text "Code Buttons" on the left. Under this line and in the middle of the page appears a series of buttons B for Bold, U for Underline, etc., ending with an APL format symbol (). Clicking on this symbol inserts the bracketed "apl" and "/apl" into your message. Pasting APL symbols between these bracketed parts causes the pasted text to be displayed in an APL font.
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