#14. Demodulate


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This appears to define an inverse operator to that from #13. Modulate, demonstrating that :341 (dem) is the inverse of :170 (mod), and vice versa. This suggests that :341, when applied to a linear-encoded number, will create a grid-encoded number.

The behaviour of mod when applied to a linear number, or dem when applied to a grid number, is not defined.


ap dem ap mod x0   =   x0
ap mod ap dem x0   =   x0


The Haskell code has been revised to decode new glyphs.

Example output: