Is there a way to pass `end`

as an argument? For example, when we have a tuple of vectors, we can construct a tuple of the first entries of the vectors as

```
julia> t = (rand(2), rand(3), rand(4))
([0.38328, 0.764218], [0.821559, 0.252655, 0.571611], [0.572755, 0.512441, 0.389949, 0.875044])
julia> getindex.(t,1)
(0.38328016631616735, 0.8215592160037497, 0.5727552055080367)
```

I would like to use `end`

instead of `1`

here to construct a tuple of the last entries of the vectors.

Related, to get the first two entries of the vectors, we can do

```
julia> getindex(t, 1:2)
([0.38328, 0.764218], [0.821559, 0.252655, 0.571611])
```

I wonder if there is a way to pass `:`

instead of `1:2`

to get all the entries of the vectors.

I’m aware that there are many different ways to achieve the aforementioned goals. For example, I can do

```
julia> (v->v[end]).(t)
(0.7642183236367728, 0.5716110528720979, 0.8750440080310231)
julia> (v->v[:]).(t)
([0.38328, 0.764218], [0.821559, 0.252655, 0.571611], [0.572755, 0.512441, 0.389949, 0.875044])
```

but I’m just curious if things similar to `getindex.(t,end)`

and `getindex.(t, :)`

are possible.