> Reduce operators only turn infix into list operators.  What you really
> want here is a hyper-fatarrow:
>     my %h = @k »=>« @v;

Ah, right.  Silly  me.  I got hyper and reduce confused.  Thanks!

Gaal pointed out using zip.  What would be the difference then between a
hyper-fatarrow and zip in this case?

Effectively none. But I think the hyper-notation is clearer here.  Both ¥
and => make pairs, but at least to me, => conveys more explicitly that it's
not just any old pair but specifically a key/value pair.  (Even though =>
also creates Pairs of the "any old" kind.)


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