APL In Schools

APL in Schools

Possibly of historic interest is I-APL - a free educational version of APL for PC & Mac
Anthony Camacho
Co-Chairman, I-APL Limited
11 Auburn Road
Bristol BS6 6LS UK
It doesn’t seem to have a web site and I can't see its Yahoo discussion group any more.

having said that

  • NARS2000 is open source
  • Dyalog have a students' version of their APL
  • MicroAPL provide a Linux version of their interpreter which is free for personal use
There are links to each of these suppliers on the APL Dialects page.

"But what about APL keyboards and fonts?" I hear you say...well what about them?