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Your code goes here. The HTML headers above make sure that APL characters are
properly displayed. The encoding of this file should be UTF-8 (as produced,
for example, the GNU APL command )DUMP-HTML).

If you cut-and-paste APL code directly into this file (rather than using
)DUMP-HTML, then please make sure that all characters of the APL code are
properly HTML-escaped, like &lt; instead of >, and so on.

At the end of your code, you MAY want to add one of the following lines:

      )OFF        ⍝ exit the apl interpreter
      ]NEXTFILE   ⍝ end of APL in this file (but stay in the interpreter).

The )OFF command is typically used by scripts and applications )LOADed.

The ]NEXTFILE command is typically used by code that is )COPYed.

Both )OFF and ]NEXTFILE allow for longer descriptions after the command.
The interpreter stops reading input at the )OFF or ]NEXTFILE command,
but the HTML output remains visible when the files is being browsed.
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