Book description
This book includes descriptions of programs that you can write in Elixir. The programs will usually be short, and each one has been designed to provide practice material for a particular Elixir programming concept. These programs have not been designed to be of considerable difficulty, though they may ask you to stretch a bit beyond the immediate material and examples that you find in the book Introducing Elixir.
Table of contents
 Études for Elixir
 Preface: What’s an étude?
 1. Getting Comfortable with Elixir
 2. Functions and Modules
 3. Atoms, Tuples, and Pattern Matching
 4. Logic and Recursion
 5. Strings
 6. Lists
 7. Hashes
 8. Higher Order Functions and List Comprehensions
 9. Processes
 10. Handling Errors
 11. Storing Structured Data
 12. Getting Started with OTP
 13. Using Macros to Extend Elixir
 14. Contributors

A. Solutions to Études
 Solution 21
 Solution 22
 Solution 23
 Solution 31
 Solution 32
 Solution 33
 Solution 34
 Solution 41
 Solution 42
 Solution 42
 Solution 43
 Solution 44
 Solution 45
 Solution 51
 Solution 52
 Solution 53
 Solution 61
 Solution 62
 Solution 63
 Solution 64
 Solution 71
 Solution 71
 Solution 73
 Solution 74
 Solution 81
 Solution 82
 Solution 83
 Solution 84
 Solution 85
 Solution 86
 Solution 91
 Solution 101
 Solution 102
 Solution 111
 Solution 121
 Solution 122
 Solution 123
 Solution 124
 Solution 131
 Solution 132
 Solution 133
 B. A Brief Introduction to Regular Expressions
 Copyright
Product information
 Title: Études for Elixir
 Author(s):
 Release date: October 2014
 Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
 ISBN: 9781449372217
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