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From:
Markus Laire
Date:
May 13, 2005 01:45
Subject:
Re: C<::> in rules
Message ID:
428468BE.2010106@laire.info
TSa (Thomas SandlaƟ) kirjoitti:
> Larry Wall wrote:
> 
>> Speaking of which, it seems to me that :p and :c should allow an
>> argument that says where to start relative to the current position.
>> In other words, :p means :p(0) and :c means :c(0).  I could also see
>> uses for :p(-1) and :p(+1).
> 
> 
> Isn't that slightly inconsistent with :p meaning :p(1) the so-called
> "real winner for passing boolean options" of A12?

Perhaps spec should be changed so that :p means :p(bool::true) or :p(?1) 
and not :p(1)

-- 
Markus Laire
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