[erlang-questions] Learning Erlang from the scratch

Mike Berrow mberrow1@REDACTED
Sat Sep 1 07:07:56 CEST 2007

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Campbell" <michael.campbell@REDACTED>
> For everyone on this thread, there's also a slew (over 1000!) of
> programming exercises (not sorted by difficulty, however), here:
> http://www.spoj.pl/problems/classical/
> Make sure you look at the left navbar for different categories - that
> particular link goes to the "classic" ones.

It's an impressive set of problems. 
But, Erlang is a notable exception from the list of languages that are accepted
in the contest. On their list they have ...

C (gcc 4.0.0-8)
C99 strict (gcc 4.0.0-8)
C++ (g++ 4.0.0-8)
Pascal (gpc v20030830)
Pascal (fpc 2.0.4)
Java (j2se jdk 5.0)
Nice (nicec 0.9.6)
JAR (j2se jdk 5.0)
C# (mcs 1.0.1)
Nemerle (ncc 0.2.1)
Smalltalk (gst 2.1.7)
Assembler (nasm 0.98.38)
D (dmd 1.007)
Fortran (g77 3.3.3)
ADA 95 (gnat 3.15p)
Bash (bash 2.05b-15)
Perl (perl 5.8.3)
Python (python 2.5)
Ruby (ruby 1.8.5)
Lua (lua 5.0.2)
Icon (iconc 9.4.2)
Pike (pike 7.4.35)
PHP (php 4.3.8-9)
Scheme (guile 1.6)
Scheme (qobi 0.9+0.10a)
Common Lisp (sbcl
Common Lisp (clisp 2.33.2)
Haskell (ghc 6.6.1)
Ocaml (ocaml 3.08.1)
Clips (clips 6.21)
Prolog (swipl 5.2.7)
Whitespace (wspace 0.3)
Brainf**k (bf2c)
Intercal (ick 0.24)
Text (pure text)

"pure text" ??
-- Mike Berrow

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