On 25 Apr, Juerd wrote:
: I don't know how it's called on other levels, but we're still calling
: that list|slurpy|plural context. "array context" looks too much like
: "Array context", which is something else.
I confess, it's likely a bad habit, to coin it "array context" on
p6l, although it refers to Perl 5, where it I have seen it more than
once - perhaps, overly abused too.
: In array context, @foo is passed as the array that it is. In
: list context, it is flattened. Big and very important difference.
You're supposedly right.