I see no significant difference beyond the inside of your
proc and the outside of the code you've shown.

The extra `$` in `$$proc` is redundant.

(I don't understand why you have it.)

The `(...)` is the same as my `: ...`.

It can wait until you switch to `slurp`.

I wouldn't expect it to make any difference.

We can pick things up from there.

Catch ya later.

--
raiph


On Sun, Oct 14, 2018 at 11:30 AM ToddAndMargo via perl6-users <
perl6-users@perl.org> wrote:

> On 10/14/18 3:08 AM, Ralph Mellor wrote:
> > This code works fine:
> >
> > spurt 'foo', 'bar';
> > my Str $ReturnStr = "";
> > $ReturnStr = 'foo'.IO.open.slurp-rest: enc => 'utf8-c8';
> > say $ReturnStr; # bar
>
> Try it with my layout:
>
>     $ReturnStr = $$proc.out.slurp-rest( enc => 'utf8-c8' );
>

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