Updated: 02/27/2019 by Computer Hope
The Elixir programming language.

Elixir is a functional programming language designed for creating scalable, fault-tolerant software. It focuses on concurrency, providing tools for multicore processing and distributed computing. Elixir programs compile to bytecode that can be executed on BEAM, the Erlang virtual machine.

Businesses that use Elixir in production include WhatsApp, Pinterest, Discord, and Goldman Sachs.

Hello, World! in Elixir

 IO.puts "Hello, World!" 

Bytecode, Compile, Concurrency, Programming terms, Virtual machine