On 10/5/05, Damian Conway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> So I now propose that C<zip> works like this:
>         C<zip> interleaves elements from each of its arguments until
>         any argument is (a) exhausted of elements I<and> (b) doesn't have
>         a C<fill> property.
>         Once C<zip> stops zipping, if any other element has a known finite
>         number of unexhausted elements remaining, the <zip> fails.

Wow, that's certainly not giving the user any credit.

I'm just wondering why you feel that we need to be so careful.


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