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Elixir

Elixir
Elixir also ships with an Interactive Shell, called IEx, which provides a great set of helpers for writing code, like easy access to documentation (shown above), code reloading and so on. It is also a great companion for production, as it allows for example connecting to remote nodes. Here is a quick example you can try locally. In one terminal, do: $ iex --name hello iex(hello@machine)1> defmodule Hello do ...(hello@machine)1> def world, do: IO.puts "Distributed hello world" ...

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