On Wed, 2005-03-23 at 12:58, Larry Wall wrote:

>     :2<1000_0000>
>     :10<1_000_000>

Two things:

1. Just a note that Pugs doesn't yet do _ in numbers, but should
2. I'd really like to see a warning on non-standard _ breaks, e.g;


   should issue a warning.

> Interestingly, that gives us a :16($x) operator for free.

Is that a function? E.g. is this valid?

        $x += :16($y)


> About the only thing it doesn't give us is
>     :$radix<$input>


? I'd suggest that this be a universal virtual method that strings get a
definition for.

Aaron Sherman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Senior Systems Engineer and Toolsmith
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