init:boot/1

Vance Shipley <>
Sat Sep 15 03:18:14 CEST 2001


The example given in the documentation for init:boot/1
shows the following example:

	erl -run foo -run foo bar -run foo bar baz 1 2 

	This starts the Erlang runtime system and then 
	evaluates the following Erlang functions:

            foo:start()
            foo:bar()
            foo:bar([baz, "1", "2"]).

Fine, but what if I want?:

		foo:bar(baz, "1", "2").

There doesn't seem to be a syntax for that. :(

I know I could use escript but really.

	-Vance
        	



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