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Thanks for the link. I didn't see anything in there about normalizing the source code in particular, but did try a test case with the 2018.05 version of Perl 6 with good results, in case anybody is interested:

$ cat t.p6 #!/usr/bin/env perl6 my $charé = "asdf"; if $charé { say "It Works!"; } $ perl6 t.p6 It Works!

The source:

$ grep \$char t.p6 | od -c 0000000 m y $ c h a r 303 251 = " a +s 0000020 d f " ; \n i f $ c h a r e 314 20 +1 0000040 { \n 0000043

After parsing:

$ perl6 --target=parse t.p6 | head | grep \$char | od -c 0000000 m y $ c h a r 303 251 = " a +s 0000020 d f " ; \n i f $ c h a r 303 251 0000040 { \n - E X P R : m +y 0000060 $ c h a r 303 251 = " a s d +f 0000100 " \n 0000102

In reply to Re^8: Why should any one use/learn Perl 6? by jeffenstein
in thread Why should any one use/learn Perl 6? by skooma

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