gcomnz wrote:
> I'm writing a bunch of examples for perl 6 pleac and it seems rather
> natural to expect $string.chars to return a list of unicode chars in
> list context, however I can't find anything to confirm that. (The
> other alternatives being split and unpack.)

I like that.

If one wanted to have the *number* of chars/graphemes/whatever, one
could still use the cheap unary "+" operator.

And .keys, .values, .pairs, etc. don't return a plain number, but actual
contents, too (consistency!).


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