Why index starts with Zero instead of One?
Here in Python, when you want to get the first element of a vector, you type vector(0), but when you to choose the first element from the end to the beginning you type vector(-1). So you see it is not symmetric. Why this? What is the benefit of ZERO being the first element in a list? Matlab for instance is more intuitive. vector(1) is the first element. The way it should be in my humble opinion.