For example, if I have four vectors A, B, C, and D, and my goal is to find the index of the rows with A>-10, B>15, C>500 and D>200.

In Matlab I can achieve that by doing the below:

`Index1 = A>-10 && B>15 && C>500 && D>200`

In comparison, I would have to write a more complex syntax in Julia as below:

```
Index1 = map(A, B, C, D) do a,b,c,d
a>-10 && b>=15 && c>500 && d>200
end
```

I’m wondering why Julia is making it so complex? what is the advantage of doing it this way?

Thanks!