sblom

Bellevue, WA

scott.blomqui.st

Age: 36

Developer at Microsoft Open Technologies.

Puzzle pro, parallel entrepreneur, and practicing father.

Jan
21
comment Possible to add 32-bit ints with wraparound in J?
I want 32-bit mul behavior also. I guess I can just do mod 2^32 after each operation. That'll get me in the right neighborhood, but leaving some performance on the table.
Jan
21
comment Possible to add 32-bit ints with wraparound in J?
Your example captures the essence. My application for this is that I'm trying to implement a toy virtual machine in J, just for sport. Given that J can host its own UI, I figure it's up to this, but it's not looking like it wants to. :)
Jan
21
asked Possible to add 32-bit ints with wraparound in J?
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Jul
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accepted Converting from `NSDecimal` or `NSDecimalNumber` to C#'s `decimal` type
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comment Making a Mathematica package manager?
I'm totally in to help with this. I'll start (resume) lurking in the Mathematica stack exchange chat room when I can.
May
28
comment Mathematica package manager
I also have a start at github.com/mathematica-packages/mpg, and have been sort of waiting to see whether there was even enough interest in the idea to justify more effort. Starting to look like there might be enough interest for this to work. You use mine by saying Import["https://j.mp/needs-mpg"], or if Mpg is already installed, by saying Needs[Mpg``]. It doesn't really do much yet, but I'm really proud of the bootstrap story.
May
13
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