# cat weird.p6
my$x=42my$y="Zaphod"~"Beeblebrox"my$z="I think they're just
strange symbols of some kind"say"x='$x' y='$y' z='$z'"
# pugs weird.p6
x='42' y='ZaphodBeeblebrox' z='I think they're just
strange symbols of some kind'
Wow! It actually seems to work.
Are semicolons as statement terminators optional in Perl 6?
A cursory reading of the Synopses, I couldn't find a clear definition
of precisely what is a "statement" (c.f. in C, where "an expression
becomes a statement when it is followed by a semicolon").
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Semicolons have the exact same status as in Perl 5, except for some
special cases about closing braces. So no, that should not work.
Thanks, fixed in r1192.