Array Representation Methods In APL interpreter (on Atari 800) I don't understand this, but lots of assembly code!
this is a tiny slice of the pie, it does have the ml routines for a few of the APL functions used handle the arrays and some different methods involved to find the most compact memory use and fast method to move around with arrays. APL used what some called symbols(graphical characters representing the function) and worked from right to left on mathematical expressions... this was not close to the order of operations you would expect today. This language was widely used, it's hard to believe so many no nothing about it today....
Thank you for this, btw there were mentions of such things in ancient issues of byte magazine. The listing and descriptions would allow for re creating the disks used though not precisely, but would be basically what was.
DMSC might find this interesting as well. This is the small tip of the iceberg. If you can find more of this and others we may find a great deal of software and uses the Atari had, I am still searching for Astronomy programs and Astrological plots that have got to be hiding somewhere..... as some gopher servers and possibly the data from educational main frames get resurrected we reclaim some of these treasures... it would also give hints and leads on who to track down or even where the equipment may still be sitting, in some dark forgotten pile stacked in the deep recesses of these educational institutions.
Please Sir, can we have some more!