How to get environment variables?

2003-11-03 Thread Andrew Shitov
Is it possible to get environment variables from perl6 programme? It failes when I try to use perl5 hash %ENV. Thanks.

Re: How to get environment variables?

2003-11-03 Thread Andrew Shitov
I tried this one-line programme for example: my %e = %ENV; and got this (parrot-0.0.13/perl are built under mandrake linux): Global '_HV_ENV' not found Error: '/parrot-0.0.13/parrot -r env.imc ' failed with exit code 1 Stopped at /parrot-0.0.13/languages/perl6/perl6 line 339

How to read and write files?

2004-04-17 Thread Andrew Shitov
I think I have somesing missed: is it possible to open (that is read and write) files in perl6 programmes? Those programmes that can be run under current parrot release. Thanks.

Re: Why do users need FileHandles?

2004-07-18 Thread Andrew Shitov
DW my $text is TextFile(/tmp/bar); DW $text = hello; # writes, truncates DW $text ~= , world\n; # appends DW $text.print again\n; # for old-times sake Anyhow we still need $text.flush() or $text.close() methods. --

Re[2]: zip with ()

2005-08-01 Thread Andrew Shitov
Is it possible to avoid significance of whitespaces? I think, such an aspect of Perl 6 would be awful. IB Whitespace is significant: IB say zip(@odd, @even); IB say zip (@odd, @even); -- ___ Andrew, [EMAIL

Re[2]: zip with ()

2005-08-01 Thread Andrew Shitov
TTS BTW, you didn't mean originally: TTSsay zip (@odd), (@even); # prints 13572468 or 12345678? That is exactly like with similar printing result of sub() call: print sqrt (16), 5; # shout print 45. -- ___

Re[2]: zip with ()

2005-08-01 Thread Andrew Shitov
LP my $x = (1,2,3,4,5); LP Looks like an error more than anything else. 'Perl 6 and Parrot Essentials' think different ;-) -- ___ Andrew, [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Is Perl 6 too late?

2007-05-03 Thread Andrew Shitov
of that day, compiled into Parrot bytecode (.pbc) and run on Apache under Parrot virtual machine. I cannot do the same with today's instrumentary (or maybe I do not know how to?). Thank you for understanding :-) -- Andrew Shitov

Re: explicit line termination with ;: why?

2007-05-14 Thread Andrew Shitov
shift } debug 'me' And finally, Perl is not an Assembler with one only instrucion per line. -- Andrew Shitov __ [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://www.shitov.ru

Re[2]: explicit line termination with ;: why?

2007-05-14 Thread Andrew Shitov
JavaScript allows to omit semicolumn. Sorry, s/lumn/lon/. By the way, Perl also ignors semicolumn :-) -- Andrew Shitov __ [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://www.shitov.ru

Re[2]: explicit line termination with ;: why?

2007-05-14 Thread Andrew Shitov
';' is not as simple as \n always means ;\n. In mentioned JavaScript language one can do this: script var x = 123 alert ( x ) /script and that will work! ;\n can almost always be converted into \n but not vice versa. -- Andrew Shitov __ [EMAIL

Re: Rakudo Perl 6 development release #28 (Moscow)

2010-04-22 Thread Andrew Shitov
Moscow.pm also reminds that today (22 Apr) is the birthday of Lenin :-) March 2010 development release of Rakudo Perl #28 Moscow. -- Andrew Shitov __ a...@shitov.ru | http://shitov.ru