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This paper explores connectivity mechanisms between APL and other languages and applications available on a modern computer system. The design, implementation, and application of APL facilities such as shared variables, auxiliary processors, external names, file subsystems, and namespaces, as they are implemented in IBM's APL2 product, are discussed and compared.
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