[erlang-questions] What can I only do in Erlang?

Arie van Wingerden <>
Wed Nov 5 11:24:48 CET 2014


Aaaaah. That is *really nice* !!!

2014-11-05 11:01 GMT+01:00 Vincent de Phily <
>:

> On Wednesday 05 November 2014 01:24:41 Mark Nijhof wrote:
> > Besides that I think the whole let it crash philosophy is what makes
> Erlang
> > stand-out from the others, most if not all language features do exist in
> > other languages. And OTP is of course a huge corner stone that you don't
> > find in many other languages.
>
> I think the Beatles phrased it best:
>
>
>
> When I find myself in buggy projects
> Father Armstrong comes to me
> Speaking words of wisdom, let it crash
>
> And in my hour of darkness
> His book is standing right on my desk
> Reading words of wisdom, let it crash
>
> Let it crash, let it crash
> Let it crash, let it crash
> Whisper words of wisdom, Let it crash
>
> And when all the burned-out coders
> Living in the world agree
> There will be a handler, let it crash
>
> For though the input may not be proper
> There is still a way to recover
> There will be no downtime, let it crash
>
> Let it crash, let it crash
> Let it crash, let it crash
> The supervisor will restart it, let it crash
>
>
>
>
> :p
>
> --
> Vincent de Phily
>
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