I have a function which at some point should return a list of values. As expected, the answer is  but instead of yielding  as a list the function yields
I have tried checking it in the shell. Got the same result:
Have tried a bunch of functions, like
[] but they give the same results.
What is this about?
Hello and welcome,
‘\r’ is equivalent to , just not the same notation.
Don’t worry, this happens to everyone…
Is there any way to just get a list with the number 13? :))
There is an option with inspect…
iex>  |> IO.inspect(charlists: :as_list)
You might also try this…
iex> 'hello world' |> IO.inspect(charlists: :as_list)
[104, 101, 108, 108, 111, 32, 119, 111, 114, 108, 100]
If the list is kind of printable, it will use charlist instead of the normal list. That’s what You see…