When I put the anarki folder in D:\, calling it worked fine.
However, when I put the folder in D:\Steve - D\Apps\, I got the following:
D:\Steve - D\Apps\anarki>arc.cmd
default-load-handler: cannot open module file
module path: #<path:D:\Steve>
system error: The system cannot find the file specified.; errid=2
I figure it has to do with spaces in the pathname, but unsure how to fix it.
Final-Recipient: rfc822; firstname.lastname@example.org
Diagnostic-Code: X-Postfix; mail for arclanguage.org loops back to myself
As I remember, brevity was one of PG's goals in creating Arc. That thought came to mind as I was reading this article.
I haven't engaged in APL programming but I have done some in other array languages (Klong, J and Q'Nial) and the practice has been enjoyable, not only in getting the answer but also in learning a new way to think/twist one's mind.
micoangelo, if you decide to try out Arc, be sure to start at http://arclanguage.github.io rather than the instructions here at http://arclanguage.org. Even if you use the stable branch which is compatible with Arc 3.1, it has a couple of crucial bugfixes that are otherwise liable to bite you at an inopportune moment.