BUU has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
As I understand it right now, every piece of code is made of "statements". Each of these statements is made up of an "expression" and possibly an "expression modifier". The expression is of course something like "$a='b'", and the modifer is something along the lines of "if bar;" or "while foo". Currently, in perl5, you can only have one of these modifiers, so that $x = 'b' while(<foo>) if $bar; doesn't work. Anyone know if there is any planning to change this in perl6?