julia run code

To run code in Julia, you can use the Julia REPL (Read-Eval-Print Loop) or an integrated development environment (IDE) such as Juno or VSCode with the Julia extension installed. Here are the steps to run code in Julia:

  1. Open the Julia REPL or the IDE.
  2. Create a new Julia file or open an existing one.
  3. Write your Julia code in the file. For example, you can write a simple "Hello, World!" program like this:
println("Hello, World!")
  1. Save the file with a .jl extension, for example, "hello.jl".
  2. In the Julia REPL, navigate to the directory where the file is saved using the cd() command. For example, if the file is saved in the Documents folder, you can use cd("path/to/Documents").
  3. Run the code by executing the file using the include() function followed by the file name. For example, include("hello.jl").
  4. The output of the code, in this case, "Hello, World!", will be printed to the REPL or the IDE's output console.

That's it! You have successfully run code in Julia. You can modify the code and rerun it by saving the file and executing it again.