On 21 March 2012 22:50, Carl Mäsak <cma...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It would also produce an infinite list, because by the rules you need
> the RHS of infix:<...> to match exactly, and 10 is not in the infinite
> list 2, 5, 8, 11, 14... Which is why you'd need to write something
> like * >= 10.

Ok, so infix:<...> isn't what I wish for either... Can you help me
understand Damian's example?

$a,*+$c...* >=$b

I see a lot of Perl magic here and I have no idea what any of it does.
What does the first star do? And the plus sign?

I tried to guess what the >= does by experimentation, but I can't make
heads or tails of it:

> 2..100 >= 5
> 2...100 >= 5

Also, I'm only now learning what ... does. I thought it was just the
"yada yada yada" operator, but now I see that it makes an object
called List(), which clearly is different from both Range() and

Btw, I just found the section in S09 covering multi-dimensional arrays
and the semicolon operator. I'll go read it now...

One unrelated question: Is there a way to ask an object what methods
it supports? That would make it easier for me to experiment. For
example, just now I have been looking for the methods supported by the
Range object (to see how I'd obtain the beginning and end points of a
range) and haven't found anything.

I'm not overweight, I'm undertall.

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