Further woes, arguments, questions:
In regards to <@array>, A5 says "A leading @ matches like a bare array..."
but this is an over-generalization. A leading '@' merely indicates the
rule is found in an array. <@array> would be the same as
<$fourth_element_of_array>, assuming those two values are identical.
Next, about <before RULE> and <after RULE>. What is the justification for
that syntax? There is no other example of a <-sequence with whitespace,
at least that I can see. It would appear "RULE" is an argument of sorts
to the 'before' and 'after' rules, but how do they access that argument?
How do I write a rule that takes an argument?
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