These tutorials are self-documentation of exploration of various topics in and around Dyalog APL. They are intended to accompany the official Dyalog documentation and to act as a bridge to general tutorials and reference material where the subject lies outside the pure APL domain.
Production and preparation of this material is entirely independent of Dyalog, who have certainly guided and assisted the author, but have not endorsed this material.
Hopefully this material may prove a refreshing change from the
cheerleading and evangelism that seems to characterise so much online
material - it is written in the spirit of "if you have to do this,
here's what you do and here's where you can find out more".
About the author
Dick Bowman has been using APL of all shapes, forms and variants since the mid-1980s, on platforms from handhelds to mainframes,and with