newby: erl in a batch

Luc Taesch <>
Wed Jul 19 09:03:10 CEST 2000


Id like to have erlang started in a batch, and execute, say
cot2dot.erl:convert().

1) should I create a start() function, and should cot2dot be a server
behaviour?

2) how can i read the arguments passed on the command line (argc, argv
in C),
so i can do
xxx 1 2 3
if xxx is a batch doing erl -scot2dot $1 $2 $3 , and read 1 2 3?

3) how can i improve any performance a load time, like suppressing the
load of .erlang, and should i have the beam in the current dir, or where
?

are where could i find these things  in the doc ?

thks
Luc

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Then, they laught at you.
Then, they fight you.
Then, you win.

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