Author: jimmy Date: 2009-09-13 17:23:43 +0200 (Sun, 13 Sep 2009) New Revision: 28224
Modified: docs/Perl6/Spec/S03-operators.pod Log: [Spec/S03-operators.pod]fixed POD format. Modified: docs/Perl6/Spec/S03-operators.pod =================================================================== --- docs/Perl6/Spec/S03-operators.pod 2009-09-13 07:55:20 UTC (rev 28223) +++ docs/Perl6/Spec/S03-operators.pod 2009-09-13 15:23:43 UTC (rev 28224) @@ -2340,7 +2340,7 @@ call C<!x()>. In particular, you can say things like C<$array.'@'>. This also includes any operator that would look like something with a special meaning if used after the method-calling dot. For example, -If you defined a C<prefix:<=> >, and you wanted to write it using +If you defined a C<< prefix:<=> >>, and you wanted to write it using the method-call syntax instead of C<=$object>, the parser would take C<$object.=> as the mutation syntax (see S12, "Mutating methods"). Writing C<$object.'='> will call your prefix operator.