erlang.org/doc/man/lists.html

This module contains functions for list processing. Unless otherwise stated, all functions assume that position numbering starts at 1. That is, the first element of a  ...

www1.erlang.org/doc/man/lists.html

Returns a list in which all the sub-lists of ListOfLists have been appended.

erlang.org/documentation/doc-5.3/lib/stdlib-1.12/doc/html/lists.html

This module contains functions for list processing. The functions are organized in two groups: those in the first group perform a particular operation on one ore ...

erlang.org/doc/efficiency_guide/listHandling.html

Lists can only be built starting from the end and attaching list elements at the ... Looking at how lists:append/1 or ++ would be implemented in plain Erlang, ...

www.tutorialspoint.com/erlang/erlang_lists.htm

Erlang Lists - Learn Erlang in simple and easy steps starting from basic to advanced concepts with examples including Overview, Environment, Basic Syntax, ...

stackoverflow.com/questions/1549364/how-to-use-erlang-listsmap-function

for each element of MM . map will return a new list of the same size, where each element of the new list is the result of applying the above ...

trigonakis.com/blog/2011/04/18/introduction-to-erlang-list-lists-module

Apr 18, 2011 ... List. List is the the most important data type in Erlang, as in every (?) functional programming language. We have seen and used lists in almost ...

learnyousomeerlang.com/higher-order-functions

Now open the Erlang shell, compile the module and get going: ... If function names are written without a parameter list then those names are interpreted as ...

en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Erlang_Programming/List_Comprehensions

If one thinks logically or thinks in constraints, or thinks in prolog, this style of list comprehensions can be a helpful way to do your tasks in erlang. There exist ...