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$i := 1;
From: Rich Morin
April 5, 2002 11:03
$i := 1;
Message ID: email@example.com
At a recent talk, Larry showed a line of code that was something like:
(@a; @b; @c) := (@x; @y; 1,2,3);
I'm curious about the mapping of @c to a list of constants; if I write
am I bumping the value of 1? As it happens, this used to be the case
on some old Fortrans that used literal pools. I _assume_ Perl6 won't
have such a problem, but I'd like to hear how it works out...
P.S. The Fortran code was something like:
I = 1
J = 2
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