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APL

(computer science)
An interactive computer language whose operators accept and produce arrays with homogeneous elements of type number or character.

APL

APL

(A Programming Language) A high-level mathematical programming language noted for its brevity and matrix generation capabilities. Developed by Kenneth Iverson in the mid-1960s, it runs on micros to mainframes and is often used to develop mathematical models. It is primarily an interpreted language, but compilers are available.

APL uses unique character symbols and, before today's graphical interfaces, required special software or ROM chips to enable the computer to display and print them. APL is popular in Europe.
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In fact, welfare schemes started by the previous Congress government headed by Ashok Gehlot like free medicines, pensions and subsidised grains for the above poverty line are being diluted or discontinued by the Vasundhara Raje regime.
The newly launched RGJAY is intended at delivering free and superior critical medical care facilities to people who are under and above poverty line, with a family income of about Rs.
At the same time he pledged to bring out 70 crore people who are above poverty line (APL) but below the middle class will be brought into the level of middle class.
With policy reforms, the Central government formed Targeted Public Distribution System under which the beneficiaries are categorically divided into Below Poverty Line and Above Poverty Line families for making the food available to those who are really poor.
Under the Food Security Bill, Sh Tewari informed, 67 per cent population living below and above poverty line in the rural and urban areas will get rice and wheat at the very nominal rates of Rupees three and Rupees two per kilogram respectively and other food grains at the rate of Rupee one per kilogram.
Now I am focussing on 70 crore people like you who are above poverty line and below the middle class.
In the first phase, all BPL families, Above Poverty Line card holders and Jhughi Ration card holders and beneficiaries under Antodaya Anna Yojna will be included.