> If .indexes turns out to be used a lot, then let's have .i -- "i" for > "index" is accepted abbreviation, isn't it? (Think for (i = 0; ...; > ...)) +1 here. I too find ^$n a bit bizarre, but I like the look of
for @foo.i OTOH, I like the parallels between %foo.keys and @foo.keys -- it recalls the idea that an array can be thought of as a hash where the keys are constrained to be sequential (or not, if it is sparse) integers. -- Stop the infinite loop, I want to get off! http://surreal.istic.org/ Paraphernalia/Never hides your broken bones,/ And I don't know why you'd want to try:/ It's plain to see you're on your own. -- Paul Simon The documentation that can be written is not the true documentation.