range
range(start, [step], length)
Construct a range by length, given a starting value and optional step (defaults to 1).
Examples
Construct a range by length, given a starting value and optional step (defaults to 1):

Generate range with default step:
julia> r = range(1, length=5) 1:1:5
This example generates a range starting from 1 with a length of 5 and a default step of 1.

Generate range with a specified step:
julia> r = range(0, step=0.5, length=5) 0.0:0.5:2.0
It generates a range starting from 0 with a step of 0.5 and a length of 5.

Generate range with negative step:
julia> r = range(10, step=2, length=5) 10:2:2
This example generates a range starting from 10 with a step of 2 and a length of 5.
 Generate range with noninteger values:
julia> r = range(0.1, step=0.2, length=5) 0.1:0.2:1.1
It generates a range starting from 0.1 with a step of 0.2 and a length of 5.
Common mistake example:
julia> r = range(1, step=0, length=5)
ERROR: ArgumentError: Step size cannot be zero
In this example, the step size provided is zero, which is an invalid argument. Make sure to provide a nonzero step size to avoid this error when using the range
function.
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