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Nick Vitsinsky7,246 Points
Seems that reversed index starts from -1, not kind a -0
It is strange for me that positive index starting from 1, while reversed is starting from -1 It should be the same from my point of view. So the first item in array must have index 1, and in reversed format should be -1
Don't you think the same?
Michael Hulet47,909 Points
While I see where you're coming from, this doesn't make mathematical sense. 0 is a neutral value -- it has no positive or negative sign, and cannot ever have one. This makes using
-0 impossible to use as an indexing system