[erlang-questions] Equal binaries with different integers

Fri May 3 11:51:39 CEST 2019

"Trying" can be used as a noun, so it makes sense.
On the technical part of Craig's examples:
I like the erlang bit/binary syntax a lot, it allowed me to parse packet headers of binary socket protocols 
with (nearly) oneliners, compared to nasty bit-shifting and masking in C.

Am Do., Mai 2, 2019 15:17 schrieb empro2@REDACTED:

Contemplate the following carefully:

On Wed, 01 May 2019 16:34:15 +0900
zxq9@REDACTED (mailto:zxq9@REDACTED) wrote:

Your trying to put 24930 into a space that can hold a max
value of 255.

Your use of the symbol "Your" made me run full speed into
the full stop and spend a brief period backtracking and
inferring replacement of "Your" (bound to 'second person
possessive') with "You're" or "You are", because
otherwise your sentence only noun phrase :-)



That which was said, is not that which was spoken,
but that which was understood; and none of these
comes necessarily close to that which was meant.

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