Am Thu, 03 Mar 2016 09:09:38 +0000
schrieb Markus Laker <>:

> * It can open files specified at the command line.  It can do a 
> simplified version of what cat(1) does and many Perl programs so, 
> and open a file specified by the user or fall back to reading 
> from stdin.  There's also a convention that the user can type "-" 
> to mean stdin or stdout, depending on the open-mode you specify.

The rest of this list sounds quite good, but please reconsider
automatically opening files:

I guess the scenario can't happen in D as our open file methods won't
execute programs (!) but still....

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