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Perl on the command line.
Version information: /path/to/somedir/rakudo/perl6 -v
I added /path/to/somedir/rakudo/ to the PATH variable so I can also
type: perl6 -v which gave me:
This is perl6 version 2014.12 built on MoarVM version 2014.12
One-liner: perl6 -e "say 42"
Help: perl6 -h
Interactive Perl 6 console
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