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=title Alternates =timestamp 2012-01-01T01:02:05 =author szabgab =keywords || =status show

Alternates with first match wins:

tutorial/regex2/alternates.p6

use v6;

say 'monday' ~~ m/ monday || mon /;

Alternates with longest token match: (not implemented yet) say 'monday' ~~ m/ mon | monday /;


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