On Thu, 30 Jun 2005 05:17:56 +0300, Yuval Kogman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: [...]
> I gave Perl 6 to Mr. Clean, and he said that if type inferrence was > formalized, and used always, except that it's usually used for > performance, and with a lexical pragma can be used to enforce types. > I like facist programming when it can help me, so I would like to > see something like his proposal. > > no autocoerce;; > my $y =3D 'blah'; > my Int $x =3D $y; # compile time type error > > This scheme is not perfect.. Maybe someone has an idea? I would prefur this to be written. use strict "types"; -- Please excuse my spelling as I suffer from agraphia. See http://dformosa.zeta.org.au/~dformosa/Spelling.html to find out more. Free the Memes.