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Learn about integers and floating point numbers by helping a freelancer communicate with a project manager about billing.
Learn about multiple clause functions, guards, and default arguments by implementing a simple game in which the player needs to guess a secret number.
Implement the classic method for composing secret messages called a square code.
Elixir is used for web development, embedded software, data ingestion, and multimedia processing.
Multi-clause functions with pattern matching and guards are the building blocks of Elixir code.
Elixir has no compile-time type checks, favoring run-time pattern matching.
All data in Elixir is immutable, allowing for safer and easier-to-reason-about concurrency.
Elixir uses the actor model - shared-nothing concurrency via message passing.
Elixir runs on the Erlang VM, known for running low-latency, distributed and fault-tolerant systems.
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