thanks, fixed in SVN 1297.
On 6/5/20 8:41 PM, Louis Chrétien via
Bugs and suggestions for GNU APL wrote:
While we’re at it, on this particular paragraph: 😉
The standard function Index Of (A⍳B) requires its
left argument A to be a scalar or a vector of rank
. The items of the result are the (first) positions (=
indices) of the corresponding items of
B in A
(for the items found in A) or else ⎕IO+⍴A (which is an invalid
index of A) for the items of B that are not found in A.
thanks, fixed in SVN 1296.
On 6/5/20 12:18 PM, Adám
different from the monadic case (!)
different from the standard case