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Julia is a high-level dynamic programming language designed to address the needs of high-performance numerical analysis and computational science. It provides a sophisticated compiler, distributed parallel execution, numerical accuracy, and an extensive mathematical function library.

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KristofferC commented Nov 1, 2020

One of the main use cases of lpad and rpad is, at least for me personally, to align things in the terminal. However, lpad and rpad are defined (and documented) to work in terms of code units (i.e. they call length on the input string) which means that when length and textwidth disagree, you get unaligned output:

julia> s1 = "⟨k|H₁|k̃⟩"
julia> s2 = "⟨k|H₁|k⟩"
fonsp commented Nov 22, 2020

Last I checked, Pluto does not pass tests on Julia 1.6 because something changed internally in the method table ordering. Run the tests to see what's up.

If you are comfortable with building Julia from source, and if you have some experience with manipulating method tables in Julia, then this would be a good issue to help out Pluto, without working on javascript!

yordiak commented Mar 5, 2020

The last few weeks I have to switched to JuMP in order to perform my (optimization) analysis. Having a look at the documentation related to "Query Solutions" I found that you can extract very useful information regarding the optimizations results.

Thus, I was thinking that it would be a nice all of this information to be presented in a table. I understand that not everything is useful for every

yuri-la-torre-ortiz commented Mar 2, 2019

Hi there. It's my first day coding & I really appreciate this resource and I find it more or less easy to follow. However, I would recommend either providing a link to a glossary or simply having a glossary available for absolute beginners to explain terminology such as those referring to the various data types & examples given. Just to make the language a bit more accessible.

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Released February 14, 2012


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