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Julia’s Strings Are Superior

Julia has really awesome strings… Here is why.


For every data-structure and data-type, there are specific applications which that type becomes more or less frequently used. Recently, I have found myself working with a lot of strings in Julia, and have come to appreciate the interface for working with strings inside of Julia, as well as the…




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