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From: Peter Schwenn <pe...@schwenn.com>
Date: Apr 4, 2009 3:14 PM
Subject: Re: Multi-Dimensional arrays
To: Carl Mäsak <cma...@gmail.com>

I've had inconsistent/incorrect results, once having created an array
 of array of arrays, both while addressing elements in it as
 @A[l][m][n]=x and as @a[l][...@y ; .... as severe, for example, as
 modifying @A[16]'s contents in addressing @A[14] .

 Perhaps I should wait.  Or perhaps what you're saying includes a
 prohibition against using any references to @A which have two or more
 "[..]"  .  The reason I thought I could use [][] and [][][] is because
 I had no problem using @B[]{} where I had an array of hashes.

 Another thing I could do is to learn how to search RT to see better
 what works and what doesn't.

 On 4/4/09, Carl Mäsak <cma...@gmail.com> wrote:
 > Peter (>):
 > > Am I right that multi-dimensional arrays do not yet work fully in Rakudo?
 > Yes, you are.
 >  That is to say, you can't do this yet:
 >   my @a[4;2];   # Valid indices are 0..3 ; 0..1
 >  There's nothing stopping you from creating an array of arrays, though.
 >  // Carl

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