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  Comment: Re:Agreed (Score 1) on 2009.01.30 1:13

This same problem has bitten me about once every 2 months for the last two years (since switching to Java 1.5).

I remember this biting me a few years ago when I was doing text parsing and tagging, before Java 1.5. The project I was working on constantly reminded me of this difference from Perl because I actually had to translate the "prototype" code from C-styled Perl to Java for performance reasons (it was never benchmarked, actually). Sigh.

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  Comment: Reduction operator (Score 1) on 2008.12.23 16:22

by david.romano on 2008.12.23 16:22 (#66597)
Attached to: My first experiment with Perl6
I went off of your examples and fiddled around a bit more with a reduction operator, and came up with this:

say (([+] @x XeqX @x) - @x.elems)/2;

It appears to work, and doesn't require the diagonal cross operator. The diagonal cross operator does seem like it would be a nice tool to have, tho' :-)
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