System Function FX
From NARS2000
Quad FX  FIX or Function eXecute  ⎕FX System Function
Monadic Function


R is either a character matrix OR a vector of strings for a function's representation in character matrix or string form.  
Z returned will be the function name OR the line number of the function which failed to be established in the workspace. 
Quad FX FIX sample monadic use/user session(with comments at right):
)FNS ⍝ In a CLEAR NARS APL workspace there are NOT YET any functions ⎕NL 3 ⍝ Similarly, Quad Name List will show NO user functions ⍴⎕NL 3 0 0 X←'Z←Total vecNums' 'Z←+/vecNums' '"The Total is: ",Z' ⍝Var X is assigned 3 vectorized strings for a NEW funct. X ⍝ X has 3 elements, 1) function header, 2) APL code statement #1, 3) APL code statement #2 Z←Total vecNums Z←+/vecNums "The Total is: ",Z ⎕FX X ⍝ Here variable X is attempted to be Function eXecuted or FIXed into a NEW function Total ⍝ ⎕FX or FIX attempt SUCCEEDED and APL returns the Function NAME(Total) Total ⍳5 ⍝ The first "use" of function Total attempts to Total 5 numbers(iota 5), 1+2+3+4+5 The Total is: 15 15 )FNS ⍝ Now a list of functions in the workspace shows function 'Total' exists Total ⎕VR 'Total' ⍝ Request function Total's Virtual Representation (1 header row plus 2 APL statement rows) ∇ Z←Total vecNums [1] Z←+/vecNums [2] "The Total is: ",Z ∇ 2015 2 15 4 38 9 863 (UTC)
When is ⎕FX useful?
 You are using a different function editor than the one supplied with NARS and need to reestablish or fix the function into the workspace.
 You have read in an APL function into APL from a different APL software package OR outside source, and need to make the function readin active in the current workspace.
 Your program has automatically created a function in string form, on the fly, and you need to make it active.
 You have external libraries of APL functions and only want to use them as needed, thus you read in the file and FIX the functions, then use them.
Dyadic Function

The dyadic version of this System Function first fixes the function as per R. If that is successful, it then changes the timestamp to that of L. If the User Preference Use local time (instead of UTC) is checked, the timestamp in L is assumed to be in Local Time; otherwise, the timestamp is assumed to be in UTC. The time stored internal to the function is always in UTC.
If L is not valid, the appropriate error is signaled.
For example:
⎕←⎕FX 'Z←L g R' 'Z←L,R' g 2 ⎕AT 'g' 2017 6 3 15 58 59 104 ⎕←(⎕TS+7↑1) ⎕FX 'Z←L g R' 'Z←L,R' g 2 ⎕AT 'g' 2018 6 3 15 59 5 593
Note: ⎕FX is available as both a monadic and dyadic form system function, you cannot assign a value to it.
System Variables (A value may be assigned to these except for ⎕DM)  

⎕ALX  ⎕CT  ⎕DM  ⎕DQ  ⎕DT  ⎕ELX  ⎕FC  ⎕FEATURE  ⎕FPC  ⎕IC 
⎕IO  ⎕LX  ⎕PP  ⎕PR  ⎕PW  ⎕RL  ⎕SA  ⎕WSID  
Niladic System Functions (a value cannot be assigned to these)  
⎕A  ⎕AV  ⎕EM  ⎕ET  ⎕LC  ⎕NNAMES  ⎕NNUMS  ⎕SI  ⎕SYSID  ⎕SYSVER 
⎕T  ⎕TC  ⎕TCBEL  ⎕TCBS  ⎕TCESC  ⎕TCFF  ⎕TCHT  ⎕TCLF  ⎕TCNL  ⎕TCNUL 
⎕TS  ⎕WA  
Monadic or dyadic system functions (a value cannot be assigned to these)  
⎕AT  ⎕CR  ⎕DC  ⎕DL  ⎕DR  ⎕EA  ⎕EC  ⎕ERROR  ⎕ES  ⎕EX 
⎕FMT  ⎕FX  ⎕MF  ⎕NAPPEND  ⎕NC  ⎕NCREATE  ⎕NERASE  ⎕NINFO  ⎕NL  ⎕NLOCK 
⎕NREAD  ⎕NRENAME  ⎕NREPLACE  ⎕NRESIZE  ⎕NSIZE  ⎕NTIE  ⎕NUNTIE  ⎕STOP  ⎕TF  ⎕TRACE 
⎕UCS  ⎕VR  
Note that quad functions and variables are case insensitive 