Elixir Notes: Lists
29th January 2021
Lists are a sequence of values that are enclosed with square brackets .
Lists in Elixir are actually stored in memory as linked lists. Each element holds both its value and a pointer to the next element.
# Define a list list = [1, 2, 3]
- To compute the length of a list, the whole list needs to be traversed.
- Performance of list concatenation depends on the length of the lists.