Assuming this is allowed, what will the .() calls below return?
Does the result depend on the calling context?

 use junctions;  # still required?

 my @subs = ( sub { return 1 } , 
              sub { return 2 } );

 # call the closures in the junction
 one(any(@subs),sub { ... }).();

I'd guess the rule is "call 'em all and return a similarly
structured junction".  How far off the mark am I?

On Fri, 2005-02-11 at 10:46 +1100, Damian Conway wrote:
> Subject: Re: Fwd: Junctive puzzles.
> Junctions have an associated boolean predicate that's preserved across 
> operations on the junction. Junctions also implicitly distribute across 
> operations, and rejunctify the results.


PS. Pugs 6.2.0 currently gets confused:
pugs: cannot cast from VJunc
any(<SubRoutine(<anon>)>,<SubRoutine(<anon>)>) to AST.VCode

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