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From:
Adam Turoff
Date:
October 18, 2000 11:45
Subject:
Re: Transcription of Larry's talk
Message ID:
20001018143927.A21662@panix.com
On Wed, Oct 18, 2000 at 10:58:45AM -0700, Larry Wall wrote:
> Yes, but if we go down that route, we're gonna end up with all the
> verbs at the end.  Instead of "print @foo", we get something like:
> 
>     @foo wa kaite kudasai;

So,

   mitsu no @foo wa kaite kudasai;  # print $foo[3];

That brings up two questions:
  - what's the ordinal for 'zeroth'
  - are lists 'long-flat-objects' or 'tall-cylindrical-objects' 
    or 'short-fat-cylindrical-objects'?

Inquiring gaijin want to know!  :-)

Z.


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