An "is_string" BIF?
Thomas Johnsson XA (LN/EAB)
Thu Mar 10 09:21:36 CET 2005
This really exposes an ugly wart on the language, in that
one cannot use any expression in a guard, making it impossible
to use abstractions there, e.g.
glorbgraph(Graph) when mygraph:curiousproperty(Graph) -> ...
[mailto:owner-erlang-questions@REDACTED]On Behalf Of Corrado Santoro
Sent: den 10 mars 2005 09:02
Subject: An "is_string" BIF?
I need an "is_string" function, something that behaves as follows:
is_string ("ABC") -> true
is_string ([65,66,67]) -> true
is_string (['1','2',three]) -> false
I know that I could do that by defining a suitable function, but I would
like to use it in a guard. Is there a sort of BIF?
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