### How to use this tool?

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

- Type or paste your Matlab code in the input box.
- Click the convert button.
- The resulting Julia code from the conversion will be displayed in the output box.

### Examples

The following are examples of code conversion from Matlab to Julia using this converter. Note that you may not always get the same code since it is generated by an AI language model which is not 100% deterministic and gets updated from time to time.

Example 1 - Is String Palindrome

Program that checks if a string is a palindrome or not.

Matlab

Julia

Example 2 - Even or Odd

A well commented function to check if a number if odd or even.

Matlab

Julia

### Key differences between Matlab and Julia

Characteristic | Matlab | Julia |
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Syntax | Matlab uses a syntax that is similar to traditional programming languages, with a focus on matrix operations and linear algebra. | Julia has a more flexible syntax that allows for multiple dispatch and generic programming, with a focus on high-level mathematical operations. |

Paradigm | Matlab is primarily a procedural language with some support for object-oriented programming. | Julia is a multi-paradigm language that supports functional, procedural, and object-oriented programming. |

Typing | Matlab is dynamically typed, meaning that variable types are determined at runtime. | Julia is dynamically typed, but also allows for optional type annotations for performance optimization. |

Performance | Matlab is known for its fast execution of matrix operations and numerical computations. | Julia is designed for high-performance computing, with a just-in-time (JIT) compiler that can optimize code on the fly. |

Libraries and frameworks | Matlab has a large library of built-in functions and toolboxes for various applications, but may require additional licensing fees for some features. | Julia has a growing ecosystem of packages and libraries, with many open-source options available. |

Community and support | Matlab has a large user community and extensive documentation, but may require additional support from MathWorks for advanced features. | Julia has a smaller but growing community, with active development and support from the Julia Computing team. |

Learning curve | Matlab has a relatively low learning curve for users with a background in programming or engineering, but may require additional training for advanced features. | Julia has a steeper learning curve due to its more complex syntax and advanced features, but may be easier to learn for users with a background in functional programming. |