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About Julia

function julia_set(z, c)
    n = 0
    while abs2(z) < 4
        z = z^2 + c
        n += 1
    end
    n
end

Key Features of Julia


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Fast

Julia is designed for high performance and compiles efficient native code for multiple platforms

Interactive

Julia is dynamically typed, feels like a scripting language and has good support for interactive use

Scientific

Julia is designed with reproducibility, distributed computing and frictionless collaboration in mind

Composable

Julia uses multiple dispatch as a paradigm, making it unreasonably effective for composing programs

Expressive

Multiple dispatch, generator expressions and metaprogramming features lead to highly expressive code

Natural Syntax

Use operator overloading plus unicode operators and identifiers to write code that looks like math

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Community-sourced Julia exercises

The Julia track on Exercism has 3 concepts and 69 exercises to help you write better code. Discover new exercises as you progress and get engrossed in learning new concepts and improving the way you currently write.

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