Create your first working Julia program and see an example of multiple dispatches in action.
- All right, let's build our first Julia program. … And in keeping with the grand and glorious history … of the computer industry … we're going to call our program Hello World. … So, before I do that actually, … I want to point something out. … If you're using VS code the way I am … you should know there's an extension available … in the Extensions Marketplace for Julia. … So, if you go to to the Extensions Marketplace … and you just search on the Julia keyword … it should be one of the first ones that come up … and you can see right here … that I've already got it installed. … And it provides some really nice features … like syntax highlighting and some code snippets. … So, if using VS code, I recommend going … and getting this extension. … All right, let's go back to the code … and we're going to open up our Exercise Files folder. … Okay, and you can see here I've created a file … named HelloWorld and I have little dot J-L suffix on there … that indicates it's a Julia program. … So, I'm going to open that up. …
- Using the Julia REPL tool
- Differences between Julia and other languages
- Variables and data types
- Numbers in Julia
- Defining and operating on strings
- Using built-in functions in Julia
- Conditional statements
- Using array functions
- String processing
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