What is Julia?
Julia is a dynamic programming language for technical computing. It provides distributed parallel execution, numerical accuracy, and an extensive library. Julia’s is an interpreted language like Python but it has a JIT compiler that enable high-performance execution.
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Next articles will describe Julia language in details. We organize pages in logical order from basic to advanced concepts. These are long pages. Don't forget to take a break after reading each page. You can use the next index to re-visit each topic again when you need it.
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