On Sat, May 13, 2006 at 10:52:00AM +0300, Markus Laire wrote:
: On 5/13/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
: > Argumentless C<**> in a multi-dimensional subscript indicates 0 or
: >-more dimensions of C<*> where the number of dimension isn't necessarily
: >-known: C<@foo[1;**;5]>.  It has a value of C<List of Any>, or something
: >-like that.  The argumentless C<*> and C<**> forms are probably only
: >-useful in "dimensional" list contexts.
: Is there any new format to do the equivalent of C<@foo[1;**;5]>, or is
: that impossible nowadays?

Considering we still have * for Whatever, I don't see any problem with
letting ** still mean MultiDim of Whatever.  In fact, we've made it easier
now.  I was deleting it from S03 only because it's not an argumentless operator
anymore, but a lowly term.  Probably about time to revisit S09 again...


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