> I've been thinking about that.  One interesting ramification of
> the current matching rule is that you could say either of:
>    "foo".io ~~ :r :x
> or
>    "foo" ~~ :io(:r :x)
> where .io is whatever your "casting" method of choice is for turning
> a string into an object with the correct methods.  Somehow I think
> .filename is a bit too long, huffmanwise.

If io is casting method, which statement below is correct:

say ok if "1234".io > 1000;


say ok if "1234".int >1000;

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