I know that `@inbounds`

can be applied before a statement like

```
x[i] = y
```

and it will elide the bounds check for the `setindex!`

call on `x`

. I’m a little confused about where else `@inbounds`

can be applied, though. If I write

```
@inbounds for i = 1:n
x[i] = i^2
y[i] = exp(x[i])
z[i] = 1/y[i]
end
```

does this elide all of the bounds checks in the loop?