Larry Wall <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> : C<do filename> I'll tackle at the same time as C<eval>. It's likely
> : staying in some form. I use it from time to time when I'm patching
> : together several automation scripts. (Remember that Perl gets used for
> : the quick and dirty as well as the big and elegant.)
> But probably huffmanized to something longer like "evalfile".

   eval :file("somefile.pl6");
   eval :string('{$^x + ' ~ $y ~ '}');

   eval :file(""), :lang('perl5');
   eval :string("lamda x: x + $y"), :lang('python');

Since as long as we're huffmanizing, eval STRING deserves to be longer
than do STRING.

Brent 'Dax' Royal-Gordon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Perl and Parrot hacker

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