[erlang-questions] list:join() for erlang?

Peter K Chan peter@REDACTED
Wed Sep 12 18:26:15 CEST 2007

Sorry that I made an omission.

I was referring to the variant of join which takes a separator. For example: lists:join("abc", "/"), which evaluates to "a/b/c".

Do you know if something like this exists in the distribution?


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It does exist :


and the corresponding syntactic sugar :

1> [a,b,c] ++ [d,e,f].


Peter K Chan a écrit :
> I looked around and I couldn't find a list:join() implementation for
> erlang. Is this intentional? The join function seems to be a useful
> feature to have.
> I ended up writing my own version, which was simple enough; but it would
> be even better if it is available as a BIF.
> Peter
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