Knowing where you are: custom array indices in Julia

Arrays are a crucial component of any programming language,
particularly for a data-oriented language like Julia. Arrays store
values according to their location: in Julia, given a two-dimensional
array A, the expression A[1,3] returns the value stored a… Read more

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