Dissapearance of hash()?

Sean Hinde Sean.Hinde@REDACTED
Tue Sep 26 14:19:29 CEST 2000

You can find all (most) BIFs in the docs for the erlang module. So hash/2 is
found as erlang:hash/2


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alexander Williams [mailto:thantos@REDACTED]
> Sent: 26 September 2000 12:51
> To: erlang-questions@REDACTED
> Subject: Dissapearance of hash()?
> OK, here I am, hacking through Erlang's _Concurrent Programming in
> Erlang_ (an excellent book, I add), and it goes into extolling the
> virtues of hash().  Being an earnest student, I try it ...
> No go, at least in the shell of R7A.
> Am I not catching that it moved to a STDLIB library?  (I really need
> an overall index for the whole of the Erlang online documentation
> ... I keep butting my head into references I just can't seem to chase
> down well.  Surely someone can write a little program to merge the
> current indices, right?  ;))
> -- 
> Alexander Williams (thantos@REDACTED)           | In the End,
>   "Blue Jester needs food."                             | Oblivion
>   "Blue Jester needs fuku-wearing cuties."              | Always
>   http://www.chancel.org                                | Wins

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