[erlang-questions] (newbie) why do I see no output in the erlangshell?

Lennart Öhman Lennart.Ohman@REDACTED
Sun Aug 26 19:48:57 CEST 2007

Welcome to Erlang,

If you look in the "Fine Manual", in the for this situation obviously
relevant section "getting started"  (sorry couldn't help it, just
slipped out :-) about the Erlang shell


you'll find the solution to your question.

Good luck

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Subject: [erlang-questions] (newbie) why do I see no output in the erlangshell?

Apologies if this has already been covered -- I would imagine that others
encounter this problem but I could not find the answer to this problem --
and thanks in advance for any help more experienced Erlangers can offer.

I am using Mac OS X (10.4) and I downloaded the tarballs of both the most
recent and second-most recent versions.

I did the configure && make &&
sudo make install dance (without passing them any options) and fired up erl.

And then, this:
$ erl
Erlang (BEAM) emulator version 5.5.4 [source] [async-threads:0]
Eshell V5.5.4 (abort with ^G)
1> 1+1
1> 1

to everything I read, it should print "2" and then "1" after my two commands.

So what am I doing wrong here? I've RTFM'd and STFW'd to no avail. I really,
really want to start hacking away with this language. :(
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