On Sunday, September 18, 2016 2:55:46 AM CDT K leo wrote:
> I have been using simply A=[0; A[1:end-1]], but found it to be somehow
> quite expensive. I saw that there is unshift! but it has to be followed up
> with deleteat! to make the array the same size, i.e. there need to be two
> operations. So how can I get a better performance doing the shift?
If A will always have the same length, you might use CircularBuffer. If A will
have some predictable maximum size, you could use CircularDeque. Both of these
are in https://github.com/JuliaLang/DataStructures.jl