[erlang-questions] Good Erlang style?

Robert Virding <>
Sun Sep 17 13:13:50 CEST 2006


It is a very readable thesis and definitely not one to be scared of. :-)

Robert

Liam Clarke wrote:
> Thank you, will do... admittedly, the word thesis scares me a little,
> but I'll give it a shot.
> 
> 
> On 9/17/06, Christian S <> wrote:
> 
>>I suggest you look at section 4.3 "Error handling philosophy" and
>>forward from Joe Armstrong's Ph.D. thesis: "Making reliable
>>distributed systems in the presence of sodware errors"
>>
>>You can find the pdf at:
>>http://www.sics.se/~joe/index.html
>>
>>Actually, read the whole thesis.
>>
>>On 9/17/06, Liam Clarke <> wrote:
>>
>>>Hi all,
>>>
>>>A quick question. From my Python background I'm mindful of a implied
>>>"right way" of doing things, and I'm wondering about the Zen of
>>>Erlang, as it were.
>>>
>>>Just contemplating error conditions currently. Is the use of catch and
>>>throw the usual style, or is evaluation of returned values?
>>
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