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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Most commits this time around were related to javascript ouput but burried in the commit log was a little addition to .as() For those who haven't noticed perl 6 now lets you format strings with a .as method that takes the same arguments as sprintf. A recent commit extends this to include a few more options. use v6; # ------------------------------------------------------------------------ # r5666 | putter | 2005-07-18 09:49:34 -0600 (Mon, 18 Jul 2005) | 1 line # sprintf now handles X D U O E G F specif
    • Please use <ecode> instead of <code> tags for verbatim code blocks... Here is your post, reformatted. :)

      Most commits this time around were related to javascript ouput but burried in the commit log was a little addition to .as() For those who haven't noticed perl 6 now lets you format strings with the .as method that takes the same arguments as sprintf. A recent commit extends this to include a few more options.

      use v6;

      # ------------------------------------------------------------------------
      # r5666 | putter | 2005-07-18 09:49:34 -0600 (Mon, 18 Jul 2005) | 1 line
      # sprintf now handles X D U O E G F specifiers without crashing.  Aankhen++.

      my $x = "500";
      $x.as("%X").say;
      I'm hoping to provide examples both to teach myself more pugs and provide a more hands on approach to following developments. I love the journal, but an example here or there is nice.