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# Shortest (91 chars):
for n<-1..?d,r=&(rem(n,&1)==0&&IO.write&2)do;f=r.(3,"Fizz");b=r.(5,"Buzz");f||b||r.(1,n)end
# If newlines are required (99 chars):
for n<-1..?d,r=&(rem(n,&1)==0&&IO.write&2),do: (f=r.(3,"Fizz");b=r.(5,"Buzz");f||b||r.(1,n);:io.nl)
# Other solutions:
for n<-1..?d,r=&(rem(n,&1)==0&&IO.puts&2),do: r.(15,"FizzBuzz")||r.(3,"Fizz")||r.(5,"Buzz")||r.(1,n)
for n<-1..?d,do: Enum.find [{15,"FizzBuzz"},{3,"Fizz"},{5,"Buzz"},{1,n}],fn({d,t})->rem(n,d)==0&&IO.puts(t)end
  • ?d is 100 (ASCII code for d)
  • for …,this,do abuses a for-comprehension filter. this runs on each iteration and would skip if returning a falsy value.
  • Since IO.write returns a truthy value, we can chain f||b||r.(1,n) to only output the bare number if Fizz or Buzz did not output.

emson commented Nov 15, 2015

Great... thanks for the descriptions really helpful - also like the conditions of 1==1&&IO.write "match"

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