well 1.6 is less then 1.14 1 is the major, 6 is the minor, 6 < 14
@Neophen that makes sense in that way . i have to think in elixir way with pattern matching [major , minor] = [1, 0.6] and now [major,minor] = [1,14]
I’m Ken, a longtime software engineer. I’ve worked in several different languages over the years, mostly front-end but some back-end, too.
I first heard about Elixir through Carlos Souza’s course on Code School back in 2017, and I was immediately hooked. I’ve been slowly learning Elixir and FP since then. It’s tough at times because FP is such a paradigm shift for me and some of the syntactic sugar that Elixir provides can seem like magic. Recently, I decided to get serious about it, so I’ve been going through Dave Thomas’ Elixir for Programmers course, and I plan on finally reading some of the now outdated books I bought years ago.
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