HaloO,

Larry Wall wrote:
That's what I thought.  Now note that ! can't easily be rewritten
as a simple binary operator (unless you do something recursive, and
then it's not simple).


Would $x! == [*]1..$x constitute simple parserwise? Admittedly
it's not a single but two ops and one of them a meta.


Now, I think I know how to make the parser use precedence on either
a prefix or a postfix to get the desired effect (but perhaps not going
both directions simulatenously).


 But that leads me to a slightly
different parsing question, which comes from the asymmetry of postfix
operators.

How are postfix operators asymmetric?


Regards, TSa.
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