Author: audreyt
Date: Sat Mar 10 08:07:16 2007
New Revision: 14326


* S12: Remove self-contractictory paragraph about indirect
  object notation -- because the colon is needed regardless
  of whether there are arguments after it -- and also
  clarify that a fallback to sub call is _always_ performed,
  not only for method calls with no arguments.

Modified: doc/trunk/design/syn/S12.pod
--- doc/trunk/design/syn/S12.pod        (original)
+++ doc/trunk/design/syn/S12.pod        Sat Mar 10 08:07:16 2007
@@ -12,9 +12,9 @@
   Maintainer: Larry Wall <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
   Date: 27 Oct 2004
-  Last Modified: 6 Mar 2007
+  Last Modified: 11 Mar 2007
   Number: 12
-  Version: 43
+  Version: 44
 =head1 Overview
@@ -193,13 +193,11 @@
     doit $obj: 1,2,3
-Indirect object notation now requires a colon after the invocant if
-there are any arguments.  If there are no arguments and you omit the
-colon, the notation is parsed either as a named unary operator or a
-list operator with one argument.
+If the method was not found, it will fall back to a subroutine call
+instead, with the invocant becoming the first positional argument.
-These two are considered method calls, which will fall back to a
-subroutine call if the method was not found:
+Indirect object notation now requires a colon after the invocant,
+even if there are no arguments after the colon:
     close $handle:

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