* Ovid <publiustemp-perl6langua...@yahoo.com> [2009-01-13 00:35]:
>* Larry Wall <la...@wall.org> [2009-01-13 00:25]:
>> It should probably say "No such method".  We have hyperops now
>> to apply scalar operators to composite values explicitly:
>>     @array».=trim
> Won't that fail with 'No such method' on an array of hashes? Or
> are hyperops applied recursively?

I would *NOT* want a simple `».` to recurse down into a data

But I wonder if it’s reasonable to expect that hypermethodcalls
will collect their return values in an array. Then trimming the
values of the hashes in an array would be simply


Imagine writing this in another language.

Aristotle Pagaltzis // <http://plasmasturm.org/>

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