Read terms from the command line
Thu Feb 19 13:07:58 CET 2004
Richard Carlsson wrote:
>Actually, 'erl -s ...' passes the arguments as atoms (which among
>other things limits their size to 255 characters).
just to be really explicit: 'erl -s ...' passes passes the arguments as
a list of atoms.
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