Perl 6 "for fun" slang to use a subset of Japanese numerals in your code
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NAME

Slang::Kazu - Japanese numerals in your Perl 6

SYNOPSIS

use Slang::Kazu;
say "3542" ~~ 三千五百四十二; # True
say '一' ~~ /<single-kazu>/; # Will match any digit from 1 to 9

DESCRIPTION

Slang::Kazu is a Perl 6 slang that allows you to use a subset of native Japanese numerals in your Perl 6 code because you can.

You can use numbers from 1 to 99999. Counters are yet to be implemented. Mostly this is a clone of drforr's Slang::Roman, but for Japanese numerals - all thanks to him for the idea and the implementation.

Currently, incorrect numbers like 二二 are evaluated to Nil and you will see some scary errors because of that, so don't lose your kanji!

This project is just a joke and doesn't intented to be used in any serious codebases! You are warned.

AUTHOR

Altai-man on Github, you can cast sena_kun on freenode too.

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright ©

License GPLv3: The GNU General Public License, Version 3, 29 June 2007 https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt

This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.