Tutorials

Yariv Sadan <>
Fri Aug 18 13:58:05 CEST 2006


Hi,

I wrote a tutorial last night on how to use Smerl to generate getters
and setters for all record fields in a given source files to avoid the
built in  record access syntax.

http://yarivsblog.com/articles/2006/08/18/smerl-demo-easy-function-based-record-access-in-erlang

Old way:

Name = Person#person.name,
P1 = Person#person{name = "Bob"}

Smerl way:

Name = person:name(Person),
P1 = person:name(Person, "Bob")

:)

Yariv

On 8/17/06, Logan, Martin <> wrote:
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> All, I would like to collect and format all the existing tutorials for
> erlang/otp.  I would like anyone that has written a tutorial about anything
> to please forward it to me or the list.  I am going to endeavor to format
> them, perhaps copy the style of the erlang docs, but I am not positive, and
> then make them available.  I will credit the authors of course.  I think it
> would be helpful for new people coming to the language to have a nice
> compendium of tutorials.  You can forward me the tutorials in any form and I
> will do the work to get them all formatted nicely and then email the
> collection, as a pdf, back out as well as make it available on the web.
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> Cheers,
>
> Martin



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