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1 - hate it
2 - dislike it
3 - neutral
4 - like it
5 - love it

Exegesis 2
Attributes - 4
Strong typing - 2
Input that outputs - 4
Dereferencing using dot - 4
That property thingy - don't get it :)
Named arguments - 5
Sigils for type instead of access - 2
More contexts - 2 and 5 (My braincells are fighting)
Exegesis 3
Binary default operator - 5 (6 actually)
Hyper operators - 5 (would also be 6 :)
Underscore for string concat - 1
Unary operator for stringingification - 4
Stackable test operators - 4
Only 1 error variable - 4
Smart lazy lists - 5
Diamond takes expression - 4
Explicit flattening - 4
Adverbial colon - 3
Pairs - 4
Tilde for xor - 3
Binary tight xor - 4
Aliases - 3 (Why not references?)
Creating operators - 4
Bye bye ?? - 3
Lazy lists - 5

2;0 juerd@ouranos:~$ perl -e'undef christmas' Segmentation fault 2;139 juerd@ouranos:~$

In reply to Re: Thoughts on Perl6 - Love it? Hate it? by Juerd
in thread Thoughts on Perl6 - Love it? Hate it? by mrmick

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