[erlang-questions] The Erlang Rationale

Benjamin Tolputt <>
Thu Oct 2 09:23:58 CEST 2008


Richard O'Keefe wrote:
> <snip>Nice logging example</snip>

The problem I see with your solution(s) is that they are only better if
the Erlang were different (i.e. top level variables and ?HERE). This, to
me, is just a game of "what if" (unless you re actually putting them
into Erlang - in which case, I humbly apologise). "What if" scenarios
are great and all, but don't actually a valid argument make.

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