Some languages start arrays at
0, which can be unintuitive for beginners. Some languages start arrays at
1, which isn’t representative of how the code actually works. DreamBerd does the best of both worlds: Arrays start at
Booleans can be
DreamBerd has significant whitespace. Use spacing to specify the order of arithmetic operations.
print(1 + 2*3)! //7
print(1+2 * 3)! //9