Mark J. Reed skribis 2006-09-21  9:53 (-0400):
> If I have two arrays @a and @b and I wish to create a two-element list
> out of them - a la Perl5 ([EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED]) - what's the 
> correct way to do
> that in Perl6?   If it's still ([EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED]), then 
> what do we call what
> the \ is doing there, now that references are supposed to be a
> behind-the-scenes  automagical thing?

They're captures.

I personally wouldn't mind unary $, to supplement unary @ and %.
korajn salutojn,

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