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"For Matlab, R, and NumPy, for all of these options, you need to at some point drop down into C to get performance. One of our goals explicitly is to have sufficiently good performance in Julia that you'd never have to drop down into C."
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That's pretty interesting. I didn't think any language was going to ever compete with C.
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