If you have the need to dynamically call a method in elixir, of course there is a method for that, which is
apply/3), which optionally takes a module as first parameter, and an atom as
second, and a list of arguments a third.
Here are some neat examples:
apply(fn x -> x * 2 end, )
defmodule Test do def one, do: IO.puts("one") def two, do: IO.puts("two") end [:one, :two] |> Enum.each(fn method -> apply(Test, method, ) end)