StarWarsArrays.jl

Arrays indexed as the order of Star Wars movies
Author giordano
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August 2019

StarWarsArrays.jl

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Introduction

StarWarsArrays.jl is a Julia package to provide arrays indexed as the order of the Star Wars movies. Thus, index 4 points to the first element of the parent array, index 2 points to its fifth element, and index 9 points to the nineth element. The ordering applies to all dimensions of the array. StarWarsArrays.jl also supports Machete Order.

This package is inspired by the Reddit thread "Oof level of an array, nice.".

Installation

The latest version of StarWarsArrays.jl is available for Julia v1.0 and later releases, and can be installed with Julia's built-in package manager. In a Julia session, after entering the package manager mode with ], run the command

pkg> add https://github.com/giordano/StarWarsArrays.jl

Usage

julia> using StarWarsArrays

julia> v = StarWarsArray(collect(1:9))
9-element StarWarsArray{Int64,1,Array{Int64,1},StarWarsArrays.OriginalOrder}:
 4
 5
 6
 1
 2
 3
 7
 8
 9

julia> v[4]
1

julia> v[2]
5

julia> v[9]
9

julia> v[5] = 42
42

julia> v
9-element StarWarsArray{Int64,1,Array{Int64,1},StarWarsArrays.OriginalOrder}:
  4
  5
  6
  1
 42
  3
  7
  8
  9

julia> m = StarWarsArray(reshape(collect(1:81), 9, 9))
9×9 StarWarsArray{Int64,2,Array{Int64,2},StarWarsArrays.OriginalOrder}:
 31  40  49  4  13  22  58  67  76
 32  41  50  5  14  23  59  68  77
 33  42  51  6  15  24  60  69  78
 28  37  46  1  10  19  55  64  73
 29  38  47  2  11  20  56  65  74
 30  39  48  3  12  21  57  66  75
 34  43  52  7  16  25  61  70  79
 35  44  53  8  17  26  62  71  80
 36  45  54  9  18  27  63  72  81

julia> m[5]
2

julia> m[5,1]
29

julia> m[5,4]
2

julia> m[5,8]
65

julia> m[3,2] = -1
-1

julia> m
9×9 StarWarsArray{Int64,2,Array{Int64,2},StarWarsArrays.OriginalOrder}:
 31  40  49  4  13  22  58  67  76
 32  41  50  5  14  23  59  68  77
 33  -1  51  6  15  24  60  69  78
 28  37  46  1  10  19  55  64  73
 29  38  47  2  11  20  56  65  74
 30  39  48  3  12  21  57  66  75
 34  43  52  7  16  25  61  70  79
 35  44  53  8  17  26  62  71  80
 36  45  54  9  18  27  63  72  81

The second argument of StarWarsArray allows you to specify the order. Here is how to use MacheteOrder:

julia> using StarWarsArrays

julia> v = StarWarsArray(collect(1:9), MacheteOrder)
8-element view(::Array{Int64,1}, [3, 4, 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8]) with eltype Int64:
 3
 4
 1
 2
 5
 6
 7
 8

julia> v[4]
1

julia> v[3]
4

julia> v[1]
ERROR: StarWarsError: there is no episode 1 in order MacheteOrder
[...]

julia> m = StarWarsArray(reshape(collect(1:81), 9, 9), MacheteOrder)
8×8 view(::Array{Int64,2}, [3, 4, 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8], [3, 4, 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8]) with eltype Int64:
 21  30  3  12  39  48  57  66
 22  31  4  13  40  49  58  67
 19  28  1  10  37  46  55  64
 20  29  2  11  38  47  56  65
 23  32  5  14  41  50  59  68
 24  33  6  15  42  51  60  69
 25  34  7  16  43  52  61  70
 26  35  8  17  44  53  62  71

julia> m[5,4]
2

julia> m[2,9]
66

julia> m[1,6]
ERROR: StarWarsError: there is no episode 1 in MacheteOrder
[...]

License

The StarWarsArrays.jl package is licensed under the MIT "Expat" License. The original author is Mosè Giordano.

Disclaimer

Star Wars is the sole and exclusive property of Lucasfilm Limited.

StarWarsArrays.jl is in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Lucasfilm Limited or any of its subsidiaries, employees, or associates. StarWarsArrays.jl offers no suggestion that the work presented on this web page is "official" or produced or sanctioned by the owner or any licensees of the aforementioned trademark.