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At the MathWorks headquarters Source: #matlab…

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/07/28

In hindsight, what they should have done when ZEROBASEDSTRINGS were introduced (yes, Delphi XE4):

Matlab and zerobasedstrings Matlab and zerobasedstrings


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One Response to “At the MathWorks headquarters Source: #matlab…”

  1. Joseph Mitzen said

    Interestingly, an awesome blog which tends to look at the history of programming discovered there’s no rational reason for indices starting at zero (it was done to speed compilation on a time-share system, not execution speed, clarity, or anything else):

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