elixir enum each

To iterate over elements in Elixir using the Enum.each/2 function, you can provide a collection and a function to be applied to each element. The function will be called for each element in the collection.

Here's an example of how to use Enum.each/2 in Elixir:

list = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

Enum.each(list, fn element ->
  IO.puts("Element: #{element}")

In this example, we have a list [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]. We use Enum.each/2 to iterate over each element in the list. For each element, we print a message using IO.puts/1 function.

The output will be:

Element: 1
Element: 2
Element: 3
Element: 4
Element: 5

Please note that the Enum.each/2 function is used for its side effects, such as printing or updating state. If you want to transform the elements of a collection and return a new collection, you can use other functions like Enum.map/2.