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From:
Brad Baxter
Date:
July 6, 2012 06:35
Subject:
Re: Smartmatch two cents (was... List::Util... when...)
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On 7/5/12, Aaron Priven <aaron@priven.com> wrote:
> In an earlier message I talked about "in_eq" and "in_==" and so forth, but
> I didn't intend those to be the actual names in use. I agree that the
> convention is that numeric versions of operators use punctuation, and I had
> imagined that there would be one created for "in_==", although I don't know
> which punctuation characters could be used without causing conflicts in the
> parser or what symbols might best signify in_== (although, of course, in
> Unicode there's an "is-an-element" symbol, ∈ ).

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if ($x ~> @values) { ... }

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-- 
Brad

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