Larry Wall skribis 2005-10-20  7:56 (-0700):
> the new sigil is the cent sign, so ::T is now written ¬ĘT instead.

1. What does it look like? I've never used a cent sign, and have seen
several.

2. How can it be typed with X character composition, vim's digraphs and
major international keyboards?

3. What is the ASCII equivalent?

4. Why not ^, which is available?

5. Why is the sigil needed? Pairs do well without, too.


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