On 8/18/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
+To give both a long and a short switch name, you may use the pair +notation. The key will be considered the short switch name, while +the variable name will be considered the long switch name. So if +the previous declaration had been: + + sub MAIN (:f($frompart), :t($topart), [EMAIL PROTECTED]) + +then you could invoke the program with either C<-f> or C<--frompart> +to specify the first parameter. Likewise you could use either C<-t> +or C<--topart> for the second parameter.
What about combined short switches like C<-abc> to mean C<-a -b -c>? Will perl6 support this notation or not? -- Markus Laire