J with Strings: Managing Words And Locales
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J stores collections of words in different locales. These locales can be named, or they can be numbered, when you don't want the bother of generating a name.
Finding your way around the existing locales, or generating new ones, entails handling strings. Lists of locale names, and lists of their contents, form an important kind of string data. In this chapter we discuss how to handle this sort of data, how J handles it, some J utilities you ought to know about, and how to write additional utilities for this purpose.
Lists of J words and managing locales
finding where a given word is defined
use of: edit
browsing the library locales: j jadefull jijs
-- IanClark 2012-08-25 09:57:37