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commit b130c5f58626d483207264ec24455a9a515c90d8 1 parent b5521b3
authored July 31, 2009
4  S32-setting-library/Basics.pod
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@@ -44,6 +44,8 @@ The following are defined in the C<Object> role:
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      method true() {...}
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  }
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 =item defined
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   our Bool multi method defined ( $self: ) is export
@@ -96,6 +98,8 @@ unless the class overrides the definition.  Note that if you could
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 instantiate an C<Object> it would be considered defined, and thus true.
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 (It is not clear that this is allowed, however.)
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 =head2 Any
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 The following are defined in the C<Any> role:
4  S32-setting-library/Callable.pod
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@@ -90,6 +90,8 @@ appropriate symbol table.
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       method Bool       multi() {...}
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  }
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 =item unwrap
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 See L<S06/Wrapping>.
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 =head2 Sub
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     class Sub isa Routine {...}
10  S32-setting-library/Containers.pod
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 =head3 Methods
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 =item decode
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     our Str method decode($encoding = $?ENC, $nf = $?NF)
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 C<utf8>, C<utf16>) the C<$encoding> parameter defaults to their intrisic
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 encoding instead.
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 =head3 C<Buf> Operators
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 Two C<Buf> objects of the same bit size can be compared with the same
@@ -795,12 +799,16 @@ implications on speed and usage they might have --moritz].
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 The value of a pair is mutable; the key is not.
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 =item invert
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     our List multi method invert ( $pair: ) is export {
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      $pair.value X=> $pair.key
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     }
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 =head2 Mapping
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     class Mapping does Associative {...}
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 =head1 Additions
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 Please post errors and feedback to perl6-language.  If you are making
14  S32-setting-library/IO.pod
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@@ -912,6 +912,8 @@ Slurps the entire file into a C<Str> (or C<Buf> if C<:bin>) regardless of contex
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         ...
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     }
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 =item open
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     $dir.open(
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 If it succeeds it returns true, otherwise it returns C<Failure> and
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 sets C<$!> (errno).
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 =head2 IO::LinkNode
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     role IO::LinkNode does IO::FSNode {
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         ...
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     }
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 =item new
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 Neither of these is "C<use portable>" compatible.
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 =head2 IO::Socket::INET
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     class IO::Socket::INET does IO::Socket {
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 =head2 IO::FSNode::Unix
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 =item chown
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 among the files.  On systems that don’t support C<fchown>, passing
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 file handles produces a fatal error at run time.
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-Heres an example that looks up nonnumeric uids in the passwd
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    $user = prompt "User: ";
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 the stat fails, all subsequent tests on the stat buffer also evaluate
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 =head2 IO::Socket::Unix
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     role IO::Socket::Unix does IO::Socket {
3  S32-setting-library/Rules.pod
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@@ -55,6 +55,3 @@ See Abstractions.pod
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 Please post errors and feedback to perl6-language.  If you are making
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 a general laundry list, please separate messages by topic.
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