On Tue, Apr 05, 2005 at 07:31:40PM +0300, wolverian wrote:
: Does [EMAIL PROTECTED] DWIM, by the way? I'm not sure about the precedence.

That depends on whether you mean

    ([EMAIL PROTECTED]).words



It happens to mean the latter.  A . binds tighter than a symbolic
unary.  In fact, it binds tigher than anything that is not a term,
so that, to the first approximation, a string of things separated by .
can always be thought of as a sort of term with respect to any other
operators.  Standard Perl 6 will never define any precedence levels
between . and term.


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