in reply to perl5 road map?

create 1000+ fast,light, reliable threads easily without any crash like erlang

Perl's been able to do that for years:

[16:20:43.22] C:\test>perl -mthreads=stack_size,4096 -mthreads::shared + -E"my $n:shared=0; async{{lock$n; ++$n;} sleep 1e3}->detach for 1..1e3 +; sleep 1 while threads::list > 1; say $n" 999 [16:20:44.72] C:\test>

(Let's see your Erlang one-liner to do that in 1.5 seconds?)

Of course, I cannot actually think of a valid use for it, but doing it is not a problem.

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