J PROGRAMMING TERSENESS MEETS SYNTAX FORMATTING
The J Programming language is a dense, terse, expert language derived from the old APL language, and optimized for concise representation of advanced algorithms. Reading J code in plain text editors, however, can be painful without the visual pattern recognition of symbols that often requires a few weeks of study, and months to master.
Enter the Sublime Text Editor syntax formatting script for J. This script has been uploaded onto Github here:
To install the script on Linux or Mac, simply place the file into the home directory:
Then, in Sublime 3, go to Menu -> View -> Syntax -> J to turn on the syntax highlighting mode.
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