Thanks, Scott & Larry.

IMHO, the explanation about <KEY> and $<KEY> could be moved to where
the bare hash behaviour is explained as hash-in-angles-section already
says "A leading % matches like a bare hash except ..."

On 4/24/06, Larry Wall <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> If you want to reset to before the key for some reason, you can always
> set .pos to $<KEY>.beg, or whatever the name of the method is.  Hmm,
> that looks like it's unspecced.

This seems interesting. From day-to-day it becames harder to fully
understand this perl6 thing, but I like it :)

Markus Laire

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