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After surgery

by yosefm (Friar)
on Nov 16, 2003 at 08:38 UTC ( #307445=poem: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

I got out of the hospital yesterday, and I was so happy I decided to write a Perl6 poem. I tried something simple that looked like it's going to work, from Exegesis 2-6. Well, it doesn't run with perl6 that comes with parrot 0.0.13, so I guess I used unimplemented features or something, but I'll post the poem anyway, as a perl programmer's peep into the future...

my $body is closed; my $feeling is good but uncertain; let me := my $soul; given $me { 'happy' when $operation but true; 'content' when $operation; }

Update: fixed the 'when'. It was only here, not in my orig. code.

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Re: After surgery
by barrd (Parson) on Nov 16, 2003 at 12:08 UTC
    Hi yosefm,
    It could be a cut and paste issue but there's a typo (whan) in there:
    'happy' whan $operation but true;
    Aside from that its a nice continuation from your older post - Surgical Blues.

    Great to hear that it all went well and you're happy - good stuff and welcome back to the Monastery :-)

    Update: Fixed crappy grammar after a cup of coffee

Re: After surgery
by duff (Vicar) on Nov 17, 2003 at 05:09 UTC

    Aside from the typo ("whan" rather than "when"), I think the only problem is that "let" isn't available outside of Perl 6 rules. Hmm. Perhaps "good" and "uncertain" need to be defined somewhere too as those aren't built-in to Perl 6 AFAIK.

    Anyway ... good show! I'm glad to see someone making perl6 poetry :-)

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