Ok, this one's boring, but I sincerely am wondering about the opinions of fellow monks. I personally only drool over the new regex/rule and not much anything else. Well, macro comes second, but not very close.
What do you think is the single most important feature of Perl 6?
- specification-implementation separation
- static typing
- parameter specification
- sigil invariance
- "real" OOP
- lazy eval
- junctions and paralel programming
- new regex/rule
- the fact that it is a new version to prove that Perl is still "alive"
- the fact that it gives Perl 5 a lot of good ideas to steal from
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