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Sorry to say that I really don't care about perl6 at all, as they decided to make my coding style close to illegal in perl6 by default because of whitespace issues.

For me, coding is like art. The code should not only work well, but also look appealing. That will increase the maintainability. Perl5 gave everyone all the flexibility they needed to make their code adapt to their personal style. And all were happy, as all think their style is best. Nothing wrong with that, as long as you are consistent in that style and gave it some thought. I have tried to explain my personal style, which is best for me. I will not try to convince others to change.

Perl6 is not my language.

Enjoy, Have FUN! H.Merijn

In reply to Re^3: I'm looking forward to 2011 the way I once looked forward to .. by Tux
in thread I'm looking forward to 2011 the way I once looked forward to .. by apl

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