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Re: Periodic Table of the Perl 6 Operators

by schweini (Friar)
on May 30, 2004 at 22:26 UTC ( #357688=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Periodic Table of the Perl 6 Operators

i think this table is very nice to have - i have to admit that i was scared shitless everytime some new & improved perl6 operator got introduced or discussed in detail, because it kinda felt as i one would have to have pages and pages of docs at hand for each and every operator - but upon seeing this table, i almost felt 'at home', with some ops added, and some renamed...but in general, it raised my hopes for perl6 again. very nice.

anyone know whether there's a translation-guide for the new ops flying around somewhere? something that simply explains the new ops, if possible, with some perl5 one-liner? i'd love to do so myself, but am not enough into perl6 myself.

ah well, just wanted to express my happyness about my regained faith in perl6...

P.S.: there's a slashdot discussion going on about this, in case anybody feels like defending perl against the usual 'write-only-code' rants over there...
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