TSa wrote:
> Note that a prominent, typical foo actually reads:
>   self .bar;
> And a self($_.bar) is pretty much useless. In other words
> wrongly huffmanized.

FWIW, I agree with both points.  Some more points:

* I think both "say(.meth)" or ".meth.say" are more succinct/readable
than "say .meth"  for "say($_.meth)".
* "say() .meth" is a parsefail according to the new rules, but can be
quite useful to align things up.

I committed r8573 only because of r8563 changed the dot/whitespace
interaction, which caused inconsistencies in other parts of the
example... The old interaction rules imho is quite easier to explain.


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