Camelia

Arrays in Perl 6

Arrays are one of the fundamental container types in Perl 6. They are usually stored in a variable starting with a @ sigil, though they can also be stored in variables starting with a $.

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Apparently I made quite a few mistakes when writing this article. I pull it till I have time to fix it.


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Gabor Szabo
Written by Gabor Szabo

Published on 2017-06-09



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