On Wed, Mar 16, 2005 at 12:09:40PM -0800, Larry Wall wrote:
> whereas as a native English speaker would probably expect
>     $x = whether($a or $b);
> So I'm thinking we'll just go back to "true", both for that reason,
> and because it does syntactically block the naughty meaning of true as
> a term (as long as we don't default true() to $_), as Luke reminded us.

But "true()" reads weird, and it does not read like an unary (or list)
operator at all to me. As the bikeshedding is still going on, may I
suggest "aye()"?  It is the same length as "not()", both are adverbs,
and is rare enough to not conflict with user-defined subs.


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