Author: audreyt
Date: Sat Sep 30 20:13:47 2006
New Revision: 12531


* S09: any() no longer has anything to do with comprehension.

Modified: doc/trunk/design/syn/S09.pod
--- doc/trunk/design/syn/S09.pod        (original)
+++ doc/trunk/design/syn/S09.pod        Sat Sep 30 20:13:47 2006
@@ -603,22 +603,6 @@
 in fact scalar parameters, though, so you could pass a junction of
 array or hash objects.)
-For junctions used with chained operators in a list context, the resulting
-value will be a subset of the first C<any> used in comparison:
-    for 0 <= any(@x) < all(@y) {...}
-will use only those values from C<@x> that satisfy the constraint.
-Usually junctions do not guarantee order of evalution, but in
-this particular case, the original ordering C<@x> is guaranteed to
-be preserved in the returned list.  In particular,
-    @result = any(@x) ~~ {...};
-is equivalent to
-    @result = grep {...}, @x;
 =head1 Parallelized parameters and autothreading
 Within the scope of a C<use autoindex> pragma (or equivalent, such as

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