On Wed, 30 Oct 2002, Austin Hastings wrote:: --- Brent Dax <brent...@cpan.org> wrote:
: > Buddha Buck:
: > # How would you parse:
: > #
: > # @a = @b[];
: > A 2D array slice, since you can't hyper numbers?
: It's hypering the .
I don't think so. We can't allow general expressions inside a hyper 
In fact,  for hyper works for postfix and prefix operators only if we
An earlier message had something like this as a hyper:
@a = @b[.method];
That absolutely won't work, because [.method] is a valid subscript.
@a = @b[.]method;
But the general problem is just about enough to kill the whole 
For example, [undef] is a vector undef only if C<undef> is a member of
I think making people remember a distinguished set of operators is a
So despite the beauty of
@a [+] @b
I think it cannot survive in its current form. It overloads square
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