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-module(example).
-export([hello/0]).

hello() ->
  "Hello, World!".

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Key Features of Erlang


Erlang

Functional

Multi-clause functions with pattern matching and guards are the building blocks of Erlang code.

Dynamically typed

Erlang has no compile-time type checks, favoring run-time pattern matching.

Immutable

All data in Erlang is immutable, allowing for safer and easier-to-reason-about concurrency.

Concurrent

Erlang uses the actor model - shared-nothing concurrency via message passing.

Fault tolerant

Erlang runs in a VM known for running low-latency, distributed and fault-tolerant systems.

Flexible package manager

Can pull in both Erlang and Elixir packages, both public and private

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Community-sourced Erlang exercises

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