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  Comment: Parrot (Score 1) on 2010.09.01 23:44

by jhuni on 2010.09.01 23:44 (#72364)
Attached to: Will parrot be the last one standing?
Parrot is the only one flying
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  Comment: Delays (Score 1) on 2010.06.20 6:39

The primary criticism Perl6 gets is that it is "taking forever to release", hopefully Rakudo * will turn things in the right direction
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  Comment: Dyanmic Language Popularity (Score 1) on 2010.04.07 4:30

by jhuni on 2010.04.07 4:30 (#71847)
Attached to: Fresh TIOBE
Who cares how popular each of the dynamic languages are so long as they all run on parrot =/
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  Journal: More Rosetta code written in Perl6 on 2010.03.19 6:21

Journal by jhuni on 2010.03.19 6:21
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I added a solution to the dot product, which it turns out was very easy knowing Perl6 meta operators:

[+] ( @a <<*>> @b )
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  Journal: Perl6 code on 2010.03.18 2:00

Journal by jhuni on 2010.03.18 2:00
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I uploaded a repository containing lots of perl6 examples/code that I have written over the years:
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  Comment: Native Calls (Score 1) on 2010.03.16 0:48

An ImageMagick interface would be awesome!
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  Comment: The parameters (Score 1) on 2009.09.12 1:21

by jhuni on 2009.09.12 1:21 (#70566)
Attached to: Java Tutorial Fail
Personally I would prefer to use Perl6 parameters for this with a little bit of type checking thrown in:

Rectangle(Int $x = 0, Int $y = 0, Int $width = 0, Int $height = 0)

You can always use Perl6::Subs;
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  Journal: OpenJSAN on 2009.09.09 3:59

Journal by jhuni on 2009.09.09 3:59
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I have been developing on JSAN recently since it was fixed. It is a little lonely though because it is nothing near as popular as CPAN. I noticed though that the JSAN loader is super slow so I have been using "Tasks" a lot, which are basically JavaScript files containing many modules in one, this has saved me from HTTP requests and bandwidth on my website.
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