On Fri, 2006-04-21 at 13:27 -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Bitwise operations on a C<Str> generally fail unless the
> +C<Str> in question can provide an abstract C<Btr> interface somehow.
> +Coercion to C<Btr> should generally invalidate the C<Str> interface.
> +As a generic type C<Btr> may be instantiated as (or bound to) any
> +of C<buf8>, C<buf16>, or C<buf32> (or to any type that provide the
> +appropriate C<Buf> interface), but when used to create a buffer C<Buf>
> +defaults to C<buf8>.

What's a Btr?  A Bit sTRing?


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