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From: RaFaL Pocztarski
October 11, 2001 17:53
Message ID: 3BC63DCA.21B9BDE6@rfl.pl
> | It's bothered me that I can write 100_000 in my perl code, but if I have
> | a string "100_000" it'll evaluate to 100 when numerified. It would be
> | really weird if "10indigo" became 10i, "1e3foobar" became 1000, and
> | "10_000" became 10 in Perl 6 IMHO.
> ]- Agree if u want this in strings then use :
> "$( 10i ) ndigo"
> "$( 1e3 ) foobar"
In your own code of course, it's easy now in Perl 5
but the main problem is with external input, which could be "1_000" but
I don't think "$(1_000)" (and I hope that the $(...) in input won't be
- RaFaL Pocztarski, email@example.com