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Spinal cord injuries are most often due to either direct trauma to the spinal cord or from compression due to fractured vertebrae or masses such as epidural hematomas or abscesses. Less commonly, the spinal cord may become injured due to compromise of blood flow, inflammatory processes, metabolic derangements, or exposure to toxins.
The easiest way to run Julia code is by going to and starting a free session. Both the REPL and a notebook interface are available. If you want to have Julia locally installed on your computer, you can download JuliaPro for free from Julia Computing. It consists of a recent Julia version, the Juno interactive development environment based on Atom, and a number of preinstalled Julia packages. If you are more adventurous, you can download Julia from , install the editor you like (e.g., Atom or Visual Studio Code), and activate the plug-ins for Julia integration. To a local install, you can also add the IJulia package and run a Jupyter notebook on your computer.
A function call is like a detour in the flow of execution. Instead of going to the next statement, the flow jumps to the body of the function, runs the statements there, and then comes back to pick up where it left off.
If the remainder when x is divided by 2 is 0, then we know that x is even, and the program displays an appropriate message. If the condition is false, the second set of statements runs. Since the condition must be true or false, exactly one of the alternatives will run. The alternatives are called branches, because they are branches in the flow of execution.
As soon as a return statement runs, the function terminates without executing any subsequent statements. Code that appears after a return statement, or any other place the flow of execution can never reach, is called dead code.
This function is incorrect because if x happens to be 0, neither condition is true, and the function ends without hitting a return statement. If the flow of execution gets to the end of a function, the return value is nothing, which is not the absolute value of 0.
If you try to follow the flow of execution here, even for fairly small values of n, your head explodes. But according to the leap of faith, if you assume that the two recursive calls work correctly, then it is clear that you get the right result by adding them together.
Any time you are unsure about the flow of execution through your program, the simplest solution is to add print statements at the beginning of the relevant methods. If shuffle! prints a message that says something like Running shuffle! Deck, then as the program runs it traces the flow of execution.
Runtime errors are produced by the interpreter if something goes wrong while the program is running. Most runtime error messages include information about where the error occurred and what functions were executing. Example: An infinite recursion eventually causes the runtime error ERROR: StackOverflowError. 2b1af7f3a8