Larry Wall writes:
> On Mon, Mar 12, 2007 at 10:20:12PM +0000, Smylers wrote:
> : [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
> : > Separated clobbering <== ==> from pushy <<== and ==>>
> : >
> : > +Feeding into the C<*> "whatever" term sets the source for the next sink.
> : > +To append multiple sources to the next sink, double the angle:
> : > +
> : > + 0..* ==> *;
> : > + 'a'..* ==>> *;
> : > + pidigits() ==>> *;
> : Can you append to something that isn't there? Would it matter if the
> : first feed also had a double pointy bracket on it?
> Doesn't matter,
Excellent; that's what I was hoping.
> ... just thought it was a clearer example this way.
Oh, it is!
But using pushy feeds for all of the lines makes it easier to change the
order of the lines (similar to putting a trailing comma after the final
list item in a one-item-per-line list), and I was just checking that