Are there a way to do ` [println($(a[i,j])) for i in 1:10, j in 1:3]`

?

```
a=zeros(10,3)
[println("$(a[i,:])") for i in 1:10]#works
[println("$(a[i,j])") for i in 1:10, for j in 1:3] #nope
[println("$(a[i,j])") for i in 1:10, j in 1:3] #nope
```

So it can be applied within annotate!() in plotting:

```
x_len=3 #3 points of x
series=4 # 4 series
x=rand(x_len)
y=rand(x_len,series) #y matrix
note=rand(x_len,series)
#If I wnat to plot y matrix and mark each data point with the note correspondingly
plot(x,y)
annnotate!(x[i],y[i,j],string(note[i,j]) for i in 1:x_len, for j in 1:series)
# annnotate!( [x[i],y[i,j],string(note[i,j]) for i in 1:x_len, for j in 1:series] )
# annnotate!( [ (x[i],y[i,j],string(note[i,j]) for i in 1:x_len, for j in 1:series) ] )
```