How to use this tool?

This free online converter lets you convert code from Julia to Racket in a click of a button. To use this converter, take the following steps -

  1. Type or paste your Julia code in the input box.
  2. Click the convert button.
  3. The resulting Racket code from the conversion will be displayed in the output box.

Key differences between Julia and Racket

SyntaxJulia has a syntax similar to other high-level programming languages like Python and MATLAB, making it relatively easy to read and write.Racket has a Lisp-like syntax, which is based on parentheses and prefix notation. This syntax can be unfamiliar to those who are used to more traditional programming languages.
ParadigmJulia supports multiple programming paradigms, including functional programming, imperative programming, and object-oriented programming.Racket is a multi-paradigm programming language that supports functional programming, imperative programming, and metaprogramming.
TypingJulia is dynamically typed, which means that variable types are determined at runtime.Racket is dynamically typed, allowing for flexible and dynamic programming.
PerformanceJulia is known for its high-performance capabilities, with a just-in-time (JIT) compiler that can optimize code execution.Racket is not typically known for its performance, as it prioritizes ease of use and expressiveness over raw speed.
Libraries and frameworksJulia has a growing ecosystem of libraries and frameworks for various domains, including data science, machine learning, and numerical computing.Racket has a rich set of libraries and frameworks, particularly for language-oriented programming and creating domain-specific languages.
Community and supportJulia has a growing and active community, with strong support from both academic and industry users.Racket has a dedicated community of users and developers, with active support and regular updates from the Racket development team.
Learning curveJulia has a relatively steep learning curve, especially for those who are new to programming or have no prior experience with scientific computing.Racket has a moderate learning curve, with its Lisp-like syntax and emphasis on functional programming concepts.