Hi all,

I was hoping to store objects of class Foo in a BagHash in the expectation that objects that are "the same" share their keys. But if I do something like

my $b = BagHash.new();
for 1..3 {
say $b.perl;

#(perl6 version 2014.09 built on MoarVM version 2014.09, Windows 7)

Perl6 considers all entries as new, and the hash has 3 separate entries. Do I actually have to project my objects to strings to accomplish this?


Theo van den Heuvel
Van den Heuvel HLT Consultancy

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