In this chapter, we reviewed some basic elements of Julia, such as constants, variables, and types. We also learned how to work with the basic types such as numbers, characters, strings, and ranges, and encountered the very versatile array type. In the next chapter, we will look in-depth at functions and realize that Julia deserves to be called a functional language.

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