Am 28.06.2012 23:43, schrieb Smylers:
Patrick R. Michaud writes:print will stringify its arguments and write them to $*OUT. say will invoke .gist on its arguments and write them (along with a final newline) to $*OUT.Hi there. What's the rationale for the difference there? Under what circumstances are each likely to be useful?
I've tried to answer that here: http://faq.perl6.org/#say Cheers, Moritz