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Is the q language simply syntactic sugar on top of k?

Not really. There's been a meaningful expansion in the language to support tables and such. If you are curious, take a look at the code in $QHOME/q.k, it will help you understand what portions of q are implemented natively vs in k.

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as someone attempting to learn (decifer) the k language, please elaborate on this post. are you implying that code written in pure k could suffer from the absence of q?

May 4, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterk.os.tao

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