The singleton instance of type
Void, used by convention when there is no value to return (as in a C
void function). Can be converted to an empty
A string containing the script name passed to Julia from the command line. Note that the script name remains unchanged from within included files. Alternatively see
An array of the command line arguments passed to Julia, as strings.source
The C null pointer constant, sometimes used when calling external code.source
VersionNumber object describing which version of Julia is in use. For details see Version Number Literals.
An array of paths as strings or custom loader objects for the
require function and
import statements to consider when loading code. To create a custom loader type, define the type and then add appropriate methods to the
Base.load_hook function with the following signature:
Base.load_hook(loader::Loader, name::String, found::Any)
loader argument is the current value in
name is the name of the module to load, and
found is the path of any previously found code to provide
name. If no provider has been found earlier in
LOAD_PATH then the value of
found will be
nothing. Custom loader functionality is experimental and may break or change in Julia 1.0.
A string containing the full path to the directory containing the
Any for dispatch purposes, but signals the compiler to skip code generation specialization for that field.
The number of logical CPU cores available in the system.
See the Hwloc.jl package for extended information, including number of physical cores.source
Standard word size on the current machine, in bits.source
A symbol representing the name of the operating system, as returned by
uname of the build configuration.
A symbol representing the architecture of the build configuration.source
A string containing the build triple.source
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