Could someone please help me understand references a bit better . I see several related questions have been asked and answered. I read them over and they did help a bit but I’m still not sure how to do what I would like.
I have a fairly complicated tree of structures containing various data types that may need changed based upon references from arbitrary points within the tree.
To create an example without the tree:
julia> A = 5 5 julia> B = A 5 julia> B === A true
However, I obviously cannot assign a value to B in the following way:
julia> B = 3
Because I am saying that B is now a number instead of a reference to A. At least that is my understanding… What I do not see is how I can assign 3 to A through B. I hope I am explaining myself clearly.
I would really appreciate any help I can get on this. It’s probably something simple . Thanks!