A quick and dirty syntax translation / conversion reference guide to ease the transition between Python and Julia. This is not meant as a reference to the language. For that you should read the manual.
Some important differences
- Arrays in Julia are indexed starting from 1.
- In Julia classes (i.e. types) don't own methods. Methods are implementations of generic functions and are invoked in a "static style", i.e. instead of Python's str1.rstrip(), we will have rstrip( str1 ), instead of file1.close(), close( file1 ).