On 1/5/07, Larry Wall <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Anyway, that gives us:

    given $pattern {
        when .accepts(42) {...}

I think this type of usage should be encouraged with a bit more
huffmanization. My first thought would be to add C<against> to invert
the arguments to ~~ versus C<with>.

given @something {
   when $this { ... }    # @something ~~ $this
   against $that { ... }    # $that ~~ @something

That would help keep the ~~ DWIM table from trying to guess on which
side you really wanted @something on.

- Ashley Winters

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