Note! This site is about Perl 6.
If you are looking for a solution for the current production version of Perl 5, please check out
the Perl 5 tutorial.
The print() is the same as in Perl 5 but there is a shorter way using say().
That will probably be more common in the future as it also appends a newline at
the end of the values it prints. (Actually Perl 5.10 already has this feature)
# Perl 5: print
# Perl 5.10: say
# Perl 6: print still works and there is say()
# just like in 5.10 adding a newline automatically
print "Hello World\n";
say "Hello World";
The Perl 6 Tricks and Treats newsletter has been around for a while.
If you are interested to get special notification when there is new content
on this site, it is the best way to keep track:
This is a newsletter temporarily running on my personal site (szabgab.com) using Mailman,
till I implement an alternative system in Perl 6.
Written by Gabor Szabo