I have a type that wraps a vector. I have defined two-argument `getindex`

for vectors of this type, i.e.,

`getindex(v::Vector{MyVec}, i::Int, j::Int) = v[j][i]`

. This works well, but it messes up REPL display of one of these vectors, MWE below. The error seems to be that `print_matrix`

is called, in which the two-argument `getindex`

is called, even though itâ€™s a vector being printed. What is the cleanest way to ensure that the printing of `Vector{MyVec}`

is correct?

```
julia> struct MyVec
v::Vector
end
julia> Base.getindex(v::MyVec, i::Int) = v.v[i]
julia> Base.getindex(v::Vector{MyVec}, i::Int, j::Int) = v[j][i]
julia> v = MyVec([1,2])
MyVec([1, 2])
julia> vv = [v,v] # This does not produce the correct output!
2-element Array{MyVec,1}:
1
2
```