$foo:bar and Foo:bar are variable/package names with an colonpair
appended. The entire thing is then called a longname, at least internally.
Test:ver(v1) makes it clearer what it does. You $abc:def example boils
down to $abd:def(True) btw.
Am 06.01.2016 um 12:24 schrieb mt1957:
I'am a bit confused about the use of ':' in an identifier. I've read a
bit about the ':' twigil but that seems to be used at the front of the
id giving it a special use. Under 'identifiers' on the syntax page I
couldn't find any about it. So I am referring to things like $abc:def
and the like. Is there information in the synopsis documents?
Thanks in advance