Zoltan Lajos Kis
Tue Jun 29 17:48:54 CEST 2010
An example for begin-end is having multiple expressions in list
[io:format("~p~n", [N]), N || N <- [1,2,3,4]]. % syntax
[begin io:format("~p~n", [N]), N end || N <- [1,2,3,4]]. % OK
On 6/29/2010 3:36 PM, David Mercer wrote:
> On Monday, June 28, 2010, Wes James wrote:
>> I also
>> need to remember that an expression is more than just a single line of
>> code but can be several lines separated by a "," in erlang.
> I was previously unaware of that, myself. I knew it could be done with the
> "begin" and "end" keywords, but not without. What, then, are the begin/end
> keywords for?
> Like Garrett, I usually use try...of to ensure I am catching errors only
> where I expect them. I don't like to catch errors. In fact, I usually use
> "try" for the "after" clause rather than the "catch"...
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