Sun Jan 1 16:38:58 CET 2006
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From: "Robert Virding" <robert.virding@REDACTED>
> abstract/1 takes an erlang data structure and converts it into its
> abstract form. ...
> The other one is for parsing the characters in a string.
I read the manual, and I knew about the difference you so kindly point out.
Do you mean that when converted to Erlang abstract format, the term [1,a,3]
and the term represented by the string "[1,a,3]" are supposed to be
represented differently? If yes and you know why it should be so, please
explain because to me they look as they should be the same.
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