April 8th, 2011 04:13 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Kona is a new open-source implementation of Arthur Whitney’s K, an ASCII-based APL like language. Kona is a fully working version of K3.

If you haven’t every tried APL/J/K or ilk you might find this language incomprehensible at first — unless you like a challenge! Watch the screencasts or read some of our earlier APL/J stories.

Regardless of your interest in K, any LtUer worth his salt will enjoy the source code. We wrote a bit about the history of the remarkable C coding style used in the past, but I can’t locate the link at the moment.

Source: Kona

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