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  • a [[person]]?
    • I don't remember who I meant by a. p. when I used this.
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GNU Affero General Public License is a [[copyleft]] license, now managed by [[GNU]]. It is an advanced version of [[GPL]] with additional clause for networked applications.

I chose it for [[Mycorrhiza]].

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An API (Application Programming Interface) is an intermediary through which two programs can talk to one another. APIs take on many forms, ranging from APIs served over [[HTTP]] to two programs that communicate via IPC.

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APL is an array-oriented programming language, or rather a family of such languages. APL was originally a [[math notation]], but because it was a good math notation, it naturally transformed into a programming language. Its most known feature is a vast usage of made-up characters and extremely compact programs.

A notable descendant of APL is [[BQN]].

= Links => https://wordsandbuttons.online/apl_deserves_its_renaissance_too.html | APL deserves its renaissance too

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I know, I know. I should have started with the introduction. But doesn’t it introduce itself rather well? You can see for yourself that it’s ultimately concise, expressive and utterly alien to all the mainstream computer languages.

=> http://archive.vector.org.uk/art10011550 Чувак доказывает, что APL круто

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