How do I pass command line arguments when I run Julia using Jupyter notebook?
When I use VS Code to run Julia, I can go to settings and set
"julia.additionalArgs": [ "--heap-size-hint=1G" ], what about Jupyter notebook? I use Windows and normally I just go to Menu and click
Jupyter Notebook, then it automatically opens in a web browser.
Alternatively, are there ways to set
--heap-size-hint=1G in Jupyter notebook? I’m encountering memory issues when running Julia v1.9.1 and based on what I have found in recent posts setting
--heap-size-hint is a quick fix (at least for the codes I’m running).