My notes, scratches, and exercises while going through the book Programming Erlang
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programming-erlang-notes

These are my notes, scratches, and exercises while going through Programming Erlang.

Setup

I just used homebrew to install erlang:

brew install erlang

Compiling/running

Some of the examples are set up to just be copied and pasted after entering the console with the erl command.

A file that defines a module can be compiled and run from the console:

% compile the module
c(basic).
% => {ok,basic}

% call the mirror function in the basic module
basic:mirror(hello).
% => hello

Resources

Learn more Erlang:

License

The code taken frome the book comes with the following copyright/disclaimer:

Copyrights apply to this source code. You may use the source code in your own projects, however the source code may not be used to create training material, courses, books, articles, and the like. We make no guarantees that this source code is fit for any purpose.

Anything else in this repository is licensed by me under the MIT license. See LICENSE for more information.