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Fix linebreaks in function prototype

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commit 535ecca50574362f0d55258d3d362c65d0d808bd 1 parent 5dd8630
Konrad Borowski authored August 01, 2012
114  perl6_doc/output.txt
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ Numeric.conj	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi method conj(Numeric:D) re
2 2
 conj	R	Numeric.conj									
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 Match.postmatch	A			Perl 6 Match							Returns the part of the original string following the match.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Match#postmatch
4 4
 postmatch	R	Match.postmatch									
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-Numeric.sqrt	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>mulit sub    sqrt(Numeric:D) returns Numeric:D&#10;mulit method sqrt(Numeric:D) returns Numeric:D</pre></code>Returns a square root of the number. For real numbers the positive square root is returned.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#sqrt
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+Numeric.sqrt	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>mulit sub    sqrt(Numeric:D) returns Numeric:D<br>mulit method sqrt(Numeric:D) returns Numeric:D</pre></code>Returns a square root of the number. For real numbers the positive square root is returned.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#sqrt
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 sqrt	R	Numeric.sqrt									
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 Real.floor	A			Perl 6 Real							<pre><code>method floor(Real:D) returns Int:D</pre></code>Return the largest integer not greater than the number.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Real#floor
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 floor	R	Real.floor									
@@ -14,9 +14,9 @@ Mu.print	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi method print() returns Bool:D</pre
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 print	R	Mu.print									
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 Enum.key	A			Perl 6 Enum							<pre><code>multi method key(Enum:D:)</pre></code>Returns the key part of the Enum.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Enum#key
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 key	R	Enum.key									
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-Str.chop	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    chop(Str:D)  returns Str:D&#10;multi method chop(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns the string with one character removed from the end.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#chop
  17
+Str.chop	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    chop(Str:D)  returns Str:D<br>multi method chop(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns the string with one character removed from the end.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#chop
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 chop	R	Str.chop									
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-Str.fc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    fc(Str:D ) returns Str:D&#10;multi method fc(Str:D:) returns Str:D </pre></code>Does a Unicode "fold case" operation suitable for doing caseless string comparisons. (In general, the returned string is unlikely to be useful for any purpose other than comparison.)	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#fc
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+Str.fc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    fc(Str:D ) returns Str:D<br>multi method fc(Str:D:) returns Str:D </pre></code>Does a Unicode "fold case" operation suitable for doing caseless string comparisons. (In general, the returned string is unlikely to be useful for any purpose other than comparison.)	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#fc
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 fc	R	Str.fc									
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 Backtrace::Frame.code	A			Perl 6 Backtrace::Frame							<pre><code>method code(Backtrace::Frame:D)</pre></code>Returns the code object into which .file and .line point, if avaialble.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Backtrace%3A%3AFrame#code
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 code	R	Backtrace::Frame.code									
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ Complex.isNaN	A			Perl 6 Complex							<pre><code>method isNaN(Complex:D:) retur
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 isNaN	R	Complex.isNaN									
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 Date.truncated-to	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>method truncated-to(Date:D: :$year, :$month, :$week)</pre></code>Returns a Date truncated to the first day of its year, month or week. For example	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#truncated-to
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 truncated-to	R	Date.truncated-to									
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-Mu.gist	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi sub    gist(Mu) returns Str&#10;multi method gist()   returns Str</pre></code>Returns a string representation of the invocant, optimized for fast recognition by humans.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#gist
  38
+Mu.gist	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi sub    gist(Mu) returns Str<br>multi method gist()   returns Str</pre></code>Returns a string representation of the invocant, optimized for fast recognition by humans.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#gist
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 Date.gist	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>multi method gist(Date:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns the date in YYYY-MM-DD format (ISO 8601)	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#gist
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 Exception.gist	A			Perl 6 Exception							<pre><code>multi method gist(Exception:D:)</pre></code>Returns whatever the exception printer should produce for this exception. The default implementation returns message and backtrace separated by a newline.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Exception#gist
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 gist	D								[[Mu.gist]]\n[[Date.gist]]\n[[Exception.gist]]			
@@ -45,19 +45,19 @@ Range.excludes_min	A			Perl 6 Range							<pre><code>method excludes_min(Range:D
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 excludes_min	R	Range.excludes_min									
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 IO.prompt	A			Perl 6 IO							<pre><code>my $name = prompt("Hi, what's your name?");</pre></code>Prints out a string to the standard output and waits for the user to type in something and finish with an ENTER. Returns the string typed in without the trailing newline.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/IO#prompt
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 prompt	R	IO.prompt									
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-Str.tc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    tc(Str:D ) returns Str:D&#10;multi method tc(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Does a Unicode "titlecase" operation, that is changes the first character in the string to title case, or to upper case if the character has no title case mapping	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#tc
  48
+Str.tc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    tc(Str:D ) returns Str:D<br>multi method tc(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Does a Unicode "titlecase" operation, that is changes the first character in the string to title case, or to upper case if the character has no title case mapping	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#tc
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 tc	R	Str.tc									
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 Match.hash	A			Perl 6 Match							Returns a hash of named submatches.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Match#hash
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 hash	R	Match.hash									
52  
-List.rotate	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    rotate(@list,  Int:D $n = 1) returns List:D&#10;multi method rotate(List:D: Int:D $n = 1) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns the list rotated by $n elements.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#rotate
  52
+List.rotate	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    rotate(@list,  Int:D $n = 1) returns List:D<br>multi method rotate(List:D: Int:D $n = 1) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns the list rotated by $n elements.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#rotate
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 rotate	R	List.rotate									
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 Date.is-leap-year	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>method is-leap-year($year = self.year) returns Bool:D</pre></code>Returns True if $year is a leap year. Can be called as a class method if the year is provided.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#is-leap-year
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 is-leap-year	R	Date.is-leap-year									
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 Date.days-in-month	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>method days-in-month(year = self.year, month = self.month) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the number of days in a month, where year and month default to that of the invocant. If both year and month are provided, it can be called as a class method.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#days-in-month
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 days-in-month	R	Date.days-in-month									
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-Str.chars	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    chars(Str:D ) returns Int:D&#10;multi method chars(Str:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the number of characters in the string in the current (lexically scoped) idea of what a normal character is, usually graphemes.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#chars
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+Str.chars	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    chars(Str:D ) returns Int:D<br>multi method chars(Str:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the number of characters in the string in the current (lexically scoped) idea of what a normal character is, usually graphemes.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#chars
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 chars	R	Str.chars									
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-Str.rindex	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    rindex(Str:D $haystack, Str:D $needle, Int $startpos = $haystack.chars) returns StrPos&#10;multi method rindex(Str:D $haystack: Str:D $needle, Int $startpos = $haystack.chars) returns StrPos</pre></code>Returns the last position of $needle in $haystack not after $startpos. Returns an undefined value if $needle wasn't found.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#rindex
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+Str.rindex	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    rindex(Str:D $haystack, Str:D $needle, Int $startpos = $haystack.chars) returns StrPos<br>multi method rindex(Str:D $haystack: Str:D $needle, Int $startpos = $haystack.chars) returns StrPos</pre></code>Returns the last position of $needle in $haystack not after $startpos. Returns an undefined value if $needle wasn't found.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#rindex
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 rindex	R	Str.rindex									
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 Date.month	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>method month(Date:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the month of the date (1..12)	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#month
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 month	R	Date.month									
@@ -77,24 +77,24 @@ IO.dir	A			Perl 6 IO							<pre><code>sub dir Cool $path = '.', Mu :$test = none
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 dir	R	IO.dir									
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 Buf.decode	A			Perl 6 Buf							<pre><code>multi method decode(Buf:D: Str:D $encoding = 'UTF-8') returns Str:D</pre></code>Applies an encoding to turn the buffer into a Str.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Buf#decode
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 decode	R	Buf.decode									
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-Parameter.parcel	A			Perl 6 Parameter							<pre><code>sub f(&#92;$parcel) {&#10;    $parcel = 5;&#10;}&#10;f(my $x);   # works&#10;f(42);      # dies in the assignment</pre></code>Returns True for parcel parameters.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Parameter#parcel
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+Parameter.parcel	A			Perl 6 Parameter							<pre><code>sub f(&#92;$parcel) {<br>    $parcel = 5;<br>}<br>f(my $x);   # works<br>f(42);      # dies in the assignment</pre></code>Returns True for parcel parameters.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Parameter#parcel
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 parcel	R	Parameter.parcel									
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-List.unshift	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    unshift(List:D, *@values) returns List:D&#10;multi method unshift(List:D: *@values) returns List:D</pre></code>Adds the @values to the start of the list, and returns the modified list. Fails if @values is infinite.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#unshift
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+List.unshift	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    unshift(List:D, *@values) returns List:D<br>multi method unshift(List:D: *@values) returns List:D</pre></code>Adds the @values to the start of the list, and returns the modified list. Fails if @values is infinite.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#unshift
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 unshift	R	List.unshift									
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-Str.uc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    uc(Str:D ) returns Str:D&#10;multi method uc(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns an uppercase version of the string.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#uc
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+Str.uc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    uc(Str:D ) returns Str:D<br>multi method uc(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns an uppercase version of the string.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#uc
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 uc	R	Str.uc									
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 Grammar.parsefile	A			Perl 6 Grammar							<pre><code>method parsefile(Grammar:D: $filename, :$rule = 'TOP', :$actions) returns Match:D</pre></code>Matches the grammar against the contents of file $fielname, using $rule as start rule, optionally applying $actions as actions object.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Grammar#parsefile
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 parsefile	R	Grammar.parsefile									
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-Parameter.type_captures	A			Perl 6 Parameter							<pre><code>sub a(::T ::U $x) { }&#10;say &amp;a.signature.params[0].type_captures;   # T U</pre></code>Returns a list of variable names of type captures associated with this parameter.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Parameter#type_captures
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+Parameter.type_captures	A			Perl 6 Parameter							<pre><code>sub a(::T ::U $x) { }<br>say &amp;a.signature.params[0].type_captures;   # T U</pre></code>Returns a list of variable names of type captures associated with this parameter.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Parameter#type_captures
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 type_captures	R	Parameter.type_captures									
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-List.reduce	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    reduce(&amp;with, *@elems)&#10;multi method reduce(List:D: &amp;with)</pre></code>Applies &amp;with to the first and the second value of the list, then to the result of that calculation and the third value and so on. Returns a single item generated that way.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#reduce
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+List.reduce	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    reduce(&amp;with, *@elems)<br>multi method reduce(List:D: &amp;with)</pre></code>Applies &amp;with to the first and the second value of the list, then to the result of that calculation and the third value and so on. Returns a single item generated that way.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#reduce
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 reduce	R	List.reduce									
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 Exception.throw	A			Perl 6 Exception							<pre><code>method throw(Exception:D:)</pre></code>Throws the exception.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Exception#throw
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 throw	R	Exception.throw									
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 Code.arity	A			Perl 6 Code							<pre><code>method arity(Code:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the minimum number of positional arguments that must be passed in order to call the code object. Any optional or slurpy parameters in the code object's Signature do not contribute, nor do named parameters.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Code#arity
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 Signature.arity	A			Perl 6 Signature							<pre><code>method arity(Signature:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the minimal number of positional arguments required to satisfy the signature.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Signature#arity
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 arity	D								[[Code.arity]]\n[[Signature.arity]]			
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-Str.ord	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub ord   (Str:D)  returns Int:D&#10;multi method ord(Str:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the codepoint number of the first character of the string	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#ord
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+Str.ord	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub ord   (Str:D)  returns Int:D<br>multi method ord(Str:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the codepoint number of the first character of the string	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#ord
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 ord	R	Str.ord									
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 Real.truncate	A			Perl 6 Real							<pre><code>method truncate(Real:D) returns Int:D</pre></code>Rounds the number towards zero.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Real#truncate
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 truncate	R	Real.truncate									
@@ -105,15 +105,15 @@ Code.Str	A			Perl 6 Code							<pre><code>multi method Str(Code:D:) returns Str:
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 Date.Str	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>multi method Str(Date:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns the date in YYYY-MM-DD format (ISO 8601)	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#Str
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 Match.Str	A			Perl 6 Match							Returns the matched text.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Match#Str
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 Str	D								[[Mu.Str]]\n[[List.Str]]\n[[Backtrace.Str]]\n[[Code.Str]]\n[[Date.Str]]\n[[Match.Str]]			
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-Mu.perl	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi sub    perl(Mu) returns Str&#10;multi method perl()   returns Str</pre></code>Returns a Perlish representation of the object (i.e., can usually be reparsed to regenerate the object).	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#perl
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+Mu.perl	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi sub    perl(Mu) returns Str<br>multi method perl()   returns Str</pre></code>Returns a Perlish representation of the object (i.e., can usually be reparsed to regenerate the object).	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#perl
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 perl	R	Mu.perl									
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 Match.chunks	A			Perl 6 Match							Returns a list of pairs, with the index or submatch name as key and the submatches as values. The list is ordered by starting position of the submatches.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Match#chunks
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 chunks	R	Match.chunks									
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-Str.index	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    index(Str:D, Str:D $needle, Int $startpos = 0) returns StrPos&#10;multi method index(Str:D: Str:D $needle, Int $startpos = 0) returns StrPos</pre></code>Searches for $needle in the string starting from $startpos. It returns the offset into the string where $needle was found, and an undefined value if it was not found.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#index
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+Str.index	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    index(Str:D, Str:D $needle, Int $startpos = 0) returns StrPos<br>multi method index(Str:D: Str:D $needle, Int $startpos = 0) returns StrPos</pre></code>Searches for $needle in the string starting from $startpos. It returns the offset into the string where $needle was found, and an undefined value if it was not found.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#index
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 index	R	Str.index									
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 Str.length	A			Perl 6 Str							Perl 6 does not have a length function. See X&lt;chars&gt; or X&lt;elems&gt;.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#length
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 length	R	Str.length									
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-List.sort	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    sort(*@elems)      returns List:D&#10;multi sub    sort(&amp;by, *@elems) returns List:D&#10;multi method sort(List:D:)      returns List:D&#10;multi method sort(List:D:, &amp;by) returns List:D</pre></code>Sorts the list, smallest element first. By default &lt; infix:&lt;cmp &gt;&gt; is used for comparing list elements.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#sort
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+List.sort	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    sort(*@elems)      returns List:D<br>multi sub    sort(&amp;by, *@elems) returns List:D<br>multi method sort(List:D:)      returns List:D<br>multi method sort(List:D:, &amp;by) returns List:D</pre></code>Sorts the list, smallest element first. By default &lt; infix:&lt;cmp &gt;&gt; is used for comparing list elements.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#sort
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 sort	R	List.sort									
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 Date.today	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>method today() returns Date:D</pre></code>Returns a Date object for the current day.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#today
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 today	R	Date.today									
@@ -121,29 +121,29 @@ Mu.CREATE	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>method CREATE() returns Mu:D</pre></cod
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 CREATE	R	Mu.CREATE									
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 Mu.bless	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>method bless(Mu $candidate, *%attrinit) returns Mu:D</pre></code>Lower-level object construction method than new.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#bless
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 bless	R	Mu.bless									
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-List.kv	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    kv($list)  returns List:D&#10;multi method kv(List:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns an interleaved list of indexes and values. For example	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#kv
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+List.kv	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    kv($list)  returns List:D<br>multi method kv(List:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns an interleaved list of indexes and values. For example	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#kv
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 EnumMap.kv	A			Perl 6 EnumMap							<pre><code>method kv(EnumMap:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list of keys and values interleaved.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/EnumMap#kv
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 Pair.kv	A			Perl 6 Pair							<pre><code>multi method kv(Pair:D:) returns Parcel:D</pre></code>Returns a two-element Parcel with the key and value parts o Pair, in that order. This method is a special case of the same-named method on Hash, which returns all its entries as a list of keys and values.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Pair#kv
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 kv	D								[[List.kv]]\n[[EnumMap.kv]]\n[[Pair.kv]]			
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 Numeric.Real	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>method Real(Numeric:D:) returns Real:D</pre></code>If this Numeric is equivalent to a Real, return that Real. Fail with X::Numeric::Real otherwise.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#Real
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 Real	R	Numeric.Real									
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-Str.tcuc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    tcuc(Str:D ) returns Str:D&#10;multi method tcuc(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Turns the first character to title case, and all other characters to upper case	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#tcuc
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+Str.tcuc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    tcuc(Str:D ) returns Str:D<br>multi method tcuc(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Turns the first character to title case, and all other characters to upper case	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#tcuc
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 tcuc	R	Str.tcuc									
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 Parameter.optional	A			Perl 6 Parameter							Returns True for optional parameters.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Parameter#optional
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 optional	R	Parameter.optional									
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-Str.substr	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    substr(Str:D $s, Int:D $from, Int:D $chars = $s.chars - $from) returns Str:D&#10;multi method substr(Str:D $s: Int:D $from, Int:D $chars = $s.chars - $from) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns a part of the string, starting from the character with index $from (where the first character has index 0) and with length $chars.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#substr
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+Str.substr	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    substr(Str:D $s, Int:D $from, Int:D $chars = $s.chars - $from) returns Str:D<br>multi method substr(Str:D $s: Int:D $from, Int:D $chars = $s.chars - $from) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns a part of the string, starting from the character with index $from (where the first character has index 0) and with length $chars.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#substr
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 substr	R	Str.substr									
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-List.grep	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    grep(Mu $matcher, *@elems) returns List:D&#10;multi method grep(List:D:  Mu $matcher) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a lazy list of elements against which $matcher smart-matches. The elements are returned in the order in which they appear in the original list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#grep
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+List.grep	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    grep(Mu $matcher, *@elems) returns List:D<br>multi method grep(List:D:  Mu $matcher) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a lazy list of elements against which $matcher smart-matches. The elements are returned in the order in which they appear in the original list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#grep
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 grep	R	List.grep									
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 Parameter.copy	A			Perl 6 Parameter							Returns True for is copy parameters.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Parameter#copy
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 copy	R	Parameter.copy									
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-List.classify	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    classify(&amp;mapper, *@values) returns Hash:D&#10;multi method classify(List:D: &amp;mapper)   returns Hash:D</pre></code>classify transforms a list or array of values into a hash representing the classification of those values according to a mapper; each hash key represents the classification for one or more of the incoming list values, and the corresponding hash value contains an array of those list values classified by the mapper into the category of the associated key. For example:	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#classify
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+List.classify	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    classify(&amp;mapper, *@values) returns Hash:D<br>multi method classify(List:D: &amp;mapper)   returns Hash:D</pre></code>classify transforms a list or array of values into a hash representing the classification of those values according to a mapper; each hash key represents the classification for one or more of the incoming list values, and the corresponding hash value contains an array of those list values classified by the mapper into the category of the associated key. For example:	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#classify
141 141
 classify	R	List.classify									
142  
-Str.split	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    split(  Str:D $delimiter, Str:D $input, $limit = Inf, :$all) returns Positional&#10;multi sub    split(Regex:D $delimiter, Str:D $input, $limit = Inf, :$all) returns Positional</pre></code>Splits a string up into pieces based on delimiters found in the string.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#split
  142
+Str.split	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    split(  Str:D $delimiter, Str:D $input, $limit = Inf, :$all) returns Positional<br>multi sub    split(Regex:D $delimiter, Str:D $input, $limit = Inf, :$all) returns Positional</pre></code>Splits a string up into pieces based on delimiters found in the string.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#split
143 143
 split	R	Str.split									
144 144
 Str.trim-leading	A			Perl 6 Str							Remove the white-space charecters from the beginning of a string. See also trim.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#trim-leading
145 145
 trim-leading	R	Str.trim-leading									
146  
-Numeric.exp	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi sub    exp(Numeric:D, Numeric:D $base = e) returns Numeric:D&#10;multi method exp(Numeric:D: Numeric:D $base = e) returns Numeric:D</pre></code>Returns $base to the power of the number, or e to the power of the number if called without a second argument.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#exp
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+Numeric.exp	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi sub    exp(Numeric:D, Numeric:D $base = e) returns Numeric:D<br>multi method exp(Numeric:D: Numeric:D $base = e) returns Numeric:D</pre></code>Returns $base to the power of the number, or e to the power of the number if called without a second argument.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#exp
147 147
 exp	R	Numeric.exp									
148 148
 Enum.value	A			Perl 6 Enum							<pre><code>multi method value(Enum:D:)</pre></code>Returns the value part of the Enum.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Enum#value
149 149
 Pair.value	A			Perl 6 Pair							<pre><code>multi method value(Pair:D:) is rw</pre></code>Returns the value part of the Pair.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Pair#value
@@ -152,29 +152,29 @@ Complex.re	A			Perl 6 Complex							<pre><code>method re(Complex:D:) returns Rea
152 152
 re	R	Complex.re									
153 153
 Bool.prefix:<so>	A			Perl 6 Bool							<pre><code>multi sub prefix:&lt;so&gt;(Mu) returns Bool:D</pre></code>Coerces its argument to Bool, has looser precedence than &lt; prefix:&lt;? &gt;&gt;.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Bool#prefix%3A%3Cso%3E
154 154
 prefix:<so>	R	Bool.prefix:<so>									
155  
-List.values	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    values($list)  returns List:D&#10;multi method values(List:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a copy of the list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#values
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+List.values	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    values($list)  returns List:D<br>multi method values(List:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a copy of the list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#values
156 156
 EnumMap.values	A			Perl 6 EnumMap							<pre><code>method values(EnumMap:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list of all values in the EnumMap.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/EnumMap#values
157 157
 values	D								[[List.values]]\n[[EnumMap.values]]			
158 158
 Backtrace.full	A			Perl 6 Backtrace							<pre><code>multi method full(Backtrace:D:) returns Str:D:</pre></code>Returns a full string representation of the backtrace, including hidden frames, compiler-specific frames and those from the setting.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Backtrace#full
159 159
 full	R	Backtrace.full									
160  
-List.push	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    push(List:D, *@values) returns List:D&#10;multi method push(List:D: *@values) returns List:D</pre></code>Adds the @values to the end of the list, and returns the modified list. Fails for infinite lists.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#push
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+List.push	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    push(List:D, *@values) returns List:D<br>multi method push(List:D: *@values) returns List:D</pre></code>Adds the @values to the end of the list, and returns the modified list. Fails for infinite lists.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#push
161 161
 Hash.push	A			Perl 6 Hash							<pre><code>multi method push(Hash:D: *@new)</pre></code>Adds the @new elements to the hash with the same semantics as hash assignment, but with three exceptions:	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Hash#push
162 162
 push	D								[[List.push]]\n[[Hash.push]]			
163 163
 IO.changed	A			Perl 6 IO							<pre><code>"path/to/file".IO.changed()</pre></code>Timestamp when the inode was last changed.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/IO#changed
164 164
 changed	R	IO.changed									
165  
-List.shift	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    shift(List:D )&#10;multi method shift(List:D:)</pre></code>Removes and returns the first item from the list. Fails for an empty list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#shift
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+List.shift	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    shift(List:D )<br>multi method shift(List:D:)</pre></code>Removes and returns the first item from the list. Fails for an empty list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#shift
166 166
 shift	R	List.shift									
167 167
 Parameter.type	A			Perl 6 Parameter							Returns the nominal type constraint of the paramter.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Parameter#type
168 168
 type	R	Parameter.type									
169 169
 Int.div	A			Perl 6 Int							<pre><code>multi sub infix:&lt;div&gt;(Int:D, Int:D) returns Int:D</pre></code>Does an integer division, rounded down.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Int#div
170 170
 div	R	Int.div									
171  
-Str.tclc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    tclc(Str:D ) returns Str:D&#10;multi method tclc(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Turns the first character to title case, and all other characters to lower case	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#tclc
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+Str.tclc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    tclc(Str:D ) returns Str:D<br>multi method tclc(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Turns the first character to title case, and all other characters to lower case	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#tclc
172 172
 tclc	R	Str.tclc									
173 173
 Backtrace::Frame.is-hidden	A			Perl 6 Backtrace::Frame							<pre><code>method is-hidden(Backtrace::Frame:D) return Bool:D</pre></code>Returns True if the frame is marked as hidden with the is hidden_from_backtrace trait.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Backtrace%3A%3AFrame#is-hidden
174 174
 is-hidden	R	Backtrace::Frame.is-hidden									
175 175
 Range.bounds	A			Perl 6 Range							<pre><code>method bounds(Range:D:) returns Positional</pre></code>Returns a list consisting of the start and end point.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Range#bounds
176 176
 bounds	R	Range.bounds									
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-List.keys	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    keys($list)  returns List:D&#10;multi method keys(List:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list of indexes into the list (i.e., 0..(@list.elems-1)).	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#keys
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+List.keys	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    keys($list)  returns List:D<br>multi method keys(List:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list of indexes into the list (i.e., 0..(@list.elems-1)).	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#keys
178 178
 EnumMap.keys	A			Perl 6 EnumMap							<pre><code>method keys(EnumMap:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list of all keys in the EnumMap.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/EnumMap#keys
179 179
 keys	D								[[List.keys]]\n[[EnumMap.keys]]			
180 180
 Rational.norm	A			Perl 6 Rational							<pre><code>method norm(Rational:D:) returns Rational:D</pre></code>Returns a normalized Rational object, ie with positive denominator, and numerator and denominator coprime.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Rational#norm
@@ -192,15 +192,15 @@ Exception.message	A			Perl 6 Exception							<pre><code>method message(Exception
192 192
 message	R	Exception.message									
193 193
 Str.ords	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi method ords(Str:D:) returns Positional</pre></code>Returns a list of codepoint numbers, one for each character in the string.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#ords
194 194
 ords	R	Str.ords									
195  
-List.splice	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    splice(@list,  $start, $elems? *@replacement) returns List:D&#10;multi method splice(List:D: $start, $elems? *@replacement) returns List:D</pre></code>Deletes $elems elements starting from index $start from the list, returns them and replaces them by @replacement. If $elems is omitted, all the elements starting from index $start are deleted.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#splice
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+List.splice	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    splice(@list,  $start, $elems? *@replacement) returns List:D<br>multi method splice(List:D: $start, $elems? *@replacement) returns List:D</pre></code>Deletes $elems elements starting from index $start from the list, returns them and replaces them by @replacement. If $elems is omitted, all the elements starting from index $start are deleted.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#splice
196 196
 splice	R	List.splice									
197  
-Str.lc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    lc(Str:D ) returns Str:D&#10;multi method lc(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns a lower-case version of the string.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#lc
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+Str.lc	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    lc(Str:D ) returns Str:D<br>multi method lc(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns a lower-case version of the string.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#lc
198 198
 lc	R	Str.lc									
199 199
 Match.orig	A			Perl 6 Match							Returns the original string that the regex was matched against.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Match#orig
200 200
 orig	R	Match.orig									
201 201
 Match.caps	A			Perl 6 Match							Returns a list of pairs, with the index or submatch name as key and the submatches as values. The list is ordered by starting position of the submatches.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Match#caps
202 202
 caps	R	Match.caps									
203  
-List.map	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    map(&amp;code, *@elems) returns List:D&#10;multi method map(List:D: &amp;code) returns List:D</pre></code>Invokes &amp;code for each element and gathers the return values in another list and returns it. This happens lazily, ie &amp;code is only invoked when the return values are accessed.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#map
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+List.map	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    map(&amp;code, *@elems) returns List:D<br>multi method map(List:D: &amp;code) returns List:D</pre></code>Invokes &amp;code for each element and gathers the return values in another list and returns it. This happens lazily, ie &amp;code is only invoked when the return values are accessed.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#map
204 204
 map	R	List.map									
205 205
 Parameter.constraints	A			Perl 6 Parameter							Returns additional constraints on the parameter (usually as an all-Junction).	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Parameter#constraints
206 206
 constraints	R	Parameter.constraints									
@@ -225,17 +225,17 @@ Rational.nude	A			Perl 6 Rational							<pre><code>method nude(Rational:D:) retu
225 225
 nude	R	Rational.nude									
226 226
 Date.day-of-year	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>method day-of-year(Date:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the day of the year (1..366).	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#day-of-year
227 227
 day-of-year	R	Date.day-of-year									
228  
-List.join	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    join($separator, *@list) returns Str:D&#10;multi method join(List:D: $separator) returns Str:D</pre></code>Treats the elements of the list as strings, interleaves them with $separator and concatenates everything into a single string.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#join
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+List.join	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    join($separator, *@list) returns Str:D<br>multi method join(List:D: $separator) returns Str:D</pre></code>Treats the elements of the list as strings, interleaves them with $separator and concatenates everything into a single string.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#join
229 229
 join	R	List.join									
230 230
 IO.modified	A			Perl 6 IO							<pre><code>"path/to/file".IO.modified()</pre></code>Timestamp when the file was last modified.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/IO#modified
231 231
 modified	R	IO.modified									
232  
-Numeric.abs	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi sub    abs(Numeric:D ) returns Real:D&#10;multi method abs(Numeric:D:) returns Real:D</pre></code>Returns the absolute value of the number.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#abs
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+Numeric.abs	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi sub    abs(Numeric:D ) returns Real:D<br>multi method abs(Numeric:D:) returns Real:D</pre></code>Returns the absolute value of the number.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#abs
233 233
 abs	R	Numeric.abs									
234 234
 Any.one	A			Perl 6 Any							Interprets the invocant as a list and creates an one-Junction from it.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Any#one
235 235
 one	R	Any.one									
236 236
 Numeric.Num	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>method Num(Numeric:D:) returns Num:D</pre></code>If this Numeric is equivalent to a Real, return that Real as a Num as accurately as is possible. Fail with X::Numeric::Real otherwise.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#Num
237 237
 Num	R	Numeric.Num									
238  
-List.pairs	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    pairs($list)   returns List:D&#10;multi method pairs(List:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list of pairs, with the indexes as keys and the list values as values.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#pairs
  238
+List.pairs	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    pairs($list)   returns List:D<br>multi method pairs(List:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list of pairs, with the indexes as keys and the list values as values.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#pairs
239 239
 EnumMap.pairs	A			Perl 6 EnumMap							<pre><code>method pairs(EnumMap:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list of all pairs in the EnumMap.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/EnumMap#pairs
240 240
 Pair.pairs	A			Perl 6 Pair							<pre><code>multi method pairs(Pair:D:)</pre></code>Returns a list of one Pair, namely this one.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Pair#pairs
241 241
 pairs	D								[[List.pairs]]\n[[EnumMap.pairs]]\n[[Pair.pairs]]			
@@ -246,9 +246,9 @@ Any.none	A			Perl 6 Any							Interprets the invocant as a list and creates an n
246 246
 none	R	Any.none									
247 247
 Grammar.parse	A			Perl 6 Grammar							<pre><code>method parse(Grammar:D: $str, :$rule = 'TOP', :$actions) returns Match:D</pre></code>Matches the grammar against $str, using $rule as start rule, optionally applying $actions as actions object.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Grammar#parse
248 248
 parse	R	Grammar.parse									
249  
-Str.flip	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    flip(Str:D ) returns Str:D&#10;multi method flip(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns the string reversed character by character.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#flip
  249
+Str.flip	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    flip(Str:D ) returns Str:D<br>multi method flip(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns the string reversed character by character.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#flip
250 250
 flip	R	Str.flip									
251  
-List.elems	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    elems($list)  returns Int:D&#10;multi method elems(List:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the number of elements in the list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#elems
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+List.elems	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    elems($list)  returns Int:D<br>multi method elems(List:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the number of elements in the list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#elems
252 252
 Buf.elems	A			Perl 6 Buf							<pre><code>multi method elems(Buf:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the number of elements of the buffer.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Buf#elems
253 253
 EnumMap.elems	A			Perl 6 EnumMap							<pre><code>method elems(EnumMap:D:) returns Int:D:</pre></code>Returns the number of pairs stored in the EnumMap.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/EnumMap#elems
254 254
 elems	D								[[List.elems]]\n[[Buf.elems]]\n[[EnumMap.elems]]			
@@ -270,7 +270,7 @@ IO.accessed	A			Perl 6 IO							<pre><code>"path/to/file".IO.accessed()</pre></c
270 270
 accessed	R	IO.accessed									
271 271
 Backtrace::Frame.is-setting	A			Perl 6 Backtrace::Frame							<pre><code>method is-setting(Backtrace::Frame:D) return Bool:D</pre></code>Returns True if the frame is part of a setting.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Backtrace%3A%3AFrame#is-setting
272 272
 is-setting	R	Backtrace::Frame.is-setting									
273  
-Int.chr	A			Perl 6 Int							<pre><code>multi sub    chr(Int:D ) returns Str:D&#10;multi method chr(Int:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns a one-character string, by interpreting the integer as a Unicode codepoint number and converting it the corresponding character.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Int#chr
  273
+Int.chr	A			Perl 6 Int							<pre><code>multi sub    chr(Int:D ) returns Str:D<br>multi method chr(Int:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns a one-character string, by interpreting the integer as a Unicode codepoint number and converting it the corresponding character.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Int#chr
274 274
 chr	R	Int.chr									
275 275
 Any.any	A			Perl 6 Any							Interprets the invocant as a list and creates an any-Junction from it.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Any#any
276 276
 any	R	Any.any									
@@ -278,7 +278,7 @@ Mu.ACCEPTS	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi method ACCEPTS(Mu:U: $other)</pr
278 278
 Any.ACCEPTS	A			Perl 6 Any							<pre><code>multi method ACCEPTS(Any:D: Mu $other)</pre></code>Returns True if $other === self (ie it checks object identity).	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Any#ACCEPTS
279 279
 Code.ACCEPTS	A			Perl 6 Code							<pre><code>multi method ACCEPTS(Code:D: Mu $topic)</pre></code>Usually calls the code object and passes $topic as an argument. However, when called on a code object that takes no arguments, the code object is invoked with no arguments and $topic is dropped. The result of the call is returned.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Code#ACCEPTS
280 280
 Numeric.ACCEPTS	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi method ACCEPTS(Numeric:D: $other)</pre></code>Returns True if $other is numerically the same as the invocant.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#ACCEPTS
281  
-EnumMap.ACCEPTS	A			Perl 6 EnumMap							<pre><code>multi method ACCEPTS(EnumMap:D: Positional $topic)&#10;multi method ACCEPTS(EnumMap:D: Cool:D     $topic)&#10;multi method ACCEPTS(EnumMap:D: Regex      $topic)&#10;multi method ACCEPTS(EnumMap:D: Any        $topic)</pre></code>Used in smart-matching if the right-hand side is an EnumMap.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/EnumMap#ACCEPTS
  281
+EnumMap.ACCEPTS	A			Perl 6 EnumMap							<pre><code>multi method ACCEPTS(EnumMap:D: Positional $topic)<br>multi method ACCEPTS(EnumMap:D: Cool:D     $topic)<br>multi method ACCEPTS(EnumMap:D: Regex      $topic)<br>multi method ACCEPTS(EnumMap:D: Any        $topic)</pre></code>Used in smart-matching if the right-hand side is an EnumMap.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/EnumMap#ACCEPTS
282 282
 ACCEPTS	D								[[Mu.ACCEPTS]]\n[[Any.ACCEPTS]]\n[[Code.ACCEPTS]]\n[[Numeric.ACCEPTS]]\n[[EnumMap.ACCEPTS]]			
283 283
 Version.plus	A			Perl 6 Version							<pre><code>method plus(Version:D:) returns Bool:D</pre></code>Returns True if comparisons against this version allow larger versions too.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Version#plus
284 284
 plus	R	Version.plus									
@@ -286,11 +286,11 @@ Parameter.invocant	A			Perl 6 Parameter							Returns True if the parameter is t
286 286
 invocant	R	Parameter.invocant									
287 287
 Str.ucfirst	A			Perl 6 Str							Perl 6 does not have a ucfirst function. See X&lt;tc&gt;.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#ucfirst
288 288
 ucfirst	R	Str.ucfirst									
289  
-List.pop	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    pop(List:D )&#10;multi method pop(List:D:)</pre></code>Removes and returns the last item from the list, fails for an empty list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#pop
  289
+List.pop	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    pop(List:D )<br>multi method pop(List:D:)</pre></code>Removes and returns the last item from the list, fails for an empty list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#pop
290 290
 pop	R	List.pop									
291 291
 Date.year	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>method year(Date:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the year of the date	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#year
292 292
 year	R	Date.year									
293  
-Mu.Bool	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi sub    Bool(Mu) returns Bool:D&#10;multi method Bool()   returns Bool:D</pre></code>Returns False on the type object, and True otherwise.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#Bool
  293
+Mu.Bool	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi sub    Bool(Mu) returns Bool:D<br>multi method Bool()   returns Bool:D</pre></code>Returns False on the type object, and True otherwise.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#Bool
294 294
 List.Bool	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi method Bool(List:D:) returns Bool:D</pre></code>Returns True if the list has at least one element, and False for the empty list.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#Bool
295 295
 Buf.Bool	A			Perl 6 Buf							<pre><code>multi method Bool(Buf:D:)</pre></code>Returns False if and only if the buffer is empty.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Buf#Bool
296 296
 Numeric.Bool	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi method Bool(Numeric:D:)</pre></code>Returns False if the number is equivalent to zero, and True otherwise.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#Bool
@@ -310,24 +310,24 @@ capture	R	Parameter.capture
310 310
 Mu.clone	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>method clone(*%twiddles)</pre></code>Creates a shallow clone of the invocant. If named arguments are passed to it, their values are used in every place where an attribute name matches the name of a named argument.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#clone
311 311
 clone	R	Mu.clone									
312 312
 Mu.new	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi method new(*%attrinit)</pre></code>Default method for constructing (create + initialize) new objects of a class. This method expects only named arguments which are then used to initialize attributes with accessors of the same name.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#new
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-Backtrace.new	A			Perl 6 Backtrace							<pre><code>proto method new(*@, *%) {*}&#10;multi method new()</pre></code>Creates a new backtrace, using its calling location as the origin of the backtrace.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Backtrace#new
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+Backtrace.new	A			Perl 6 Backtrace							<pre><code>proto method new(*@, *%) {*}<br>multi method new()</pre></code>Creates a new backtrace, using its calling location as the origin of the backtrace.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Backtrace#new
314 314
 Buf.new	A			Perl 6 Buf							<pre><code>method new(*@codes)</pre></code>Creates a Buf from a list of integers.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Buf#new
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-Complex.new	A			Perl 6 Complex							<pre><code>proto method new(*@, *%) {*} returns Complex:D&#10;multi method new(Real $re, Real $im) returns Complex:D</pre></code>Creates a new Complex object from real and imaginary parts.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Complex#new
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-Date.new	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>proto method new() {*}&#10;multi method new($year,   $month,  $day) returns Date:D&#10;multi method new(:$year, :$month, :$day) returns Date:D&#10;multi method new(Str $date)              returns Date:D&#10;multi method new(DateTime:D $dt)         returns Date:D</pre></code>Creates a new Date object, either from a tripple of (year, month, day) integers, or from a string of the form YYYY-MM-DD (ISO 8601), or from a DateTime object.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#new
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-EnumMap.new	A			Perl 6 EnumMap							<pre><code>proto method new(*@, *%) {*}&#10;multi method new(*@args, *%pairs) </pre></code>Creates a new EnumMap from a list of alternating keys and values, with the same semantics as described for hash assigning in the Hash documentation.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/EnumMap#new
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+Complex.new	A			Perl 6 Complex							<pre><code>proto method new(*@, *%) {*} returns Complex:D<br>multi method new(Real $re, Real $im) returns Complex:D</pre></code>Creates a new Complex object from real and imaginary parts.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Complex#new
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+Date.new	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>proto method new() {*}<br>multi method new($year,   $month,  $day) returns Date:D<br>multi method new(:$year, :$month, :$day) returns Date:D<br>multi method new(Str $date)              returns Date:D<br>multi method new(DateTime:D $dt)         returns Date:D</pre></code>Creates a new Date object, either from a tripple of (year, month, day) integers, or from a string of the form YYYY-MM-DD (ISO 8601), or from a DateTime object.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#new
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+EnumMap.new	A			Perl 6 EnumMap							<pre><code>proto method new(*@, *%) {*}<br>multi method new(*@args, *%pairs) </pre></code>Creates a new EnumMap from a list of alternating keys and values, with the same semantics as described for hash assigning in the Hash documentation.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/EnumMap#new
318 318
 Rational.new	A			Perl 6 Rational							<pre><code>method new(NuT:D $numerator, DenomT:D $denominator) returns Rational:D</pre></code>Creates a new rational object from numerator and denominator.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Rational#new
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 Version.new	A			Perl 6 Version							<pre><code>method new(Str:d $s)</pre></code>Creates a Version from a string $s. The string is combed for the numeric, alphabetic, and wildcard components of the version object. Any characters other than alphanumerics and asterisks are assumed to be equivalent to a dot. A dot is also assumed between any adjacent numeric and alphabetic characters.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Version#new
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 new	D								[[Mu.new]]\n[[Backtrace.new]]\n[[Buf.new]]\n[[Complex.new]]\n[[Date.new]]\n[[EnumMap.new]]\n[[Rational.new]]\n[[Version.new]]			
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-Str.comb	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    comb(Str:D   $matcher, Str:D $input, $limit = Inf, Bool :$match) &#10;multi sub    comb(Regex:D $matcher, Str:D $input, $limit = Inf, Bool :$match) &#10;multi method comb(Str:D $input:)&#10;multi method comb(Str:D $input: Str:D   $matcher, $limit = Inf, Bool :$match) &#10;multi method comb(Str:D $input: Regex:D $matcher, $limit = Inf, Bool :$match) </pre></code>Searches for $matcher in $input and returns a list of all matches (as Str by default, or as Match if $match is True), limited to at most $limit matches.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#comb
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+Str.comb	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    comb(Str:D   $matcher, Str:D $input, $limit = Inf, Bool :$match) <br>multi sub    comb(Regex:D $matcher, Str:D $input, $limit = Inf, Bool :$match) <br>multi method comb(Str:D $input:)<br>multi method comb(Str:D $input: Str:D   $matcher, $limit = Inf, Bool :$match) <br>multi method comb(Str:D $input: Regex:D $matcher, $limit = Inf, Bool :$match) </pre></code>Searches for $matcher in $input and returns a list of all matches (as Str by default, or as Match if $match is True), limited to at most $limit matches.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#comb
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 comb	R	Str.comb									
323 323
 Enum.invert	A			Perl 6 Enum							<pre><code>multi method invert(Enum:D:) returns Enum:D</pre></code>Returns a new Enum with the original enum's value as the key, and the original enum's key as value.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Enum#invert
324 324
 EnumMap.invert	A			Perl 6 EnumMap							<pre><code>method invert(EnumMap:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list of pairs, but with key and value exchanged.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/EnumMap#invert
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 invert	D								[[Enum.invert]]\n[[EnumMap.invert]]			
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-Mu.defined	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi sub    defined(Mu) returns Bool:D&#10;multi method defined()   returns Bool:D</pre></code>Returns False on the type object, and True otherwise.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#defined
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+Mu.defined	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi sub    defined(Mu) returns Bool:D<br>multi method defined()   returns Bool:D</pre></code>Returns False on the type object, and True otherwise.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#defined
327 327
 defined	R	Mu.defined									
328 328
 Real.ceiling	A			Perl 6 Real							<pre><code>method ceiling(Real:D) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the smallest integer not less than the number.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Real#ceiling
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 ceiling	R	Real.ceiling									
330  
-Str.wordcase	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    wordcase(Str:D  :&amp;filter = &amp;lc, :%exceptions = set()) returns Str&#10;multi method wordcase(Str:D: :&amp;filter = &amp;lc, :%exceptions = set()) returns Str</pre></code>Performs a Unicode titlecase operation on the first character of each word of the string (as defined by a regex « boundary), and forces the rest of the letters through a filter that defaults to lc. After this operation, if any exceptions are supplied and if the word is found in the set of exceptions, the first character is also forced through the filter. Note that the exceptions must be spelled with an initial titlecase, such as "By" or "And", to produce "by" or "and".	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#wordcase
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+Str.wordcase	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    wordcase(Str:D  :&amp;filter = &amp;lc, :%exceptions = set()) returns Str<br>multi method wordcase(Str:D: :&amp;filter = &amp;lc, :%exceptions = set()) returns Str</pre></code>Performs a Unicode titlecase operation on the first character of each word of the string (as defined by a regex « boundary), and forces the rest of the letters through a filter that defaults to lc. After this operation, if any exceptions are supplied and if the word is found in the set of exceptions, the first character is also forced through the filter. Note that the exceptions must be spelled with an initial titlecase, such as "By" or "And", to produce "by" or "and".	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#wordcase
331 331
 wordcase	R	Str.wordcase									
332 332
 Parameter.default	A			Perl 6 Parameter							Returns a closure that upon invocation returns the default value for this parameter, or Any if no default was provided.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Parameter#default
333 333
 default	R	Parameter.default									
@@ -335,9 +335,9 @@ List.pick	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi method pick(List:D: $count = 1)
335 335
 pick	R	List.pick									
336 336
 Complex.im	A			Perl 6 Complex							<pre><code>method im(Complex:D:) returns Real:D</pre></code>Returns the imaginary part of the complex number.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Complex#im
337 337
 im	R	Complex.im									
338  
-List.end	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    end($list)  returns Int:D&#10;multi method end(List:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the index of the last element.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#end
  338
+List.end	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    end($list)  returns Int:D<br>multi method end(List:D:) returns Int:D</pre></code>Returns the index of the last element.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#end
339 339
 end	R	List.end									
340  
-List.reverse	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    reverse(*@list ) returns List:D&#10;multi method reverse(List:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list with the same elements in reverse order.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#reverse
  340
+List.reverse	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    reverse(*@list ) returns List:D<br>multi method reverse(List:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns a list with the same elements in reverse order.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#reverse
341 341
 reverse	R	List.reverse									
342 342
 Signature.params	A			Perl 6 Signature							<pre><code>method params(Signature:D:) returns Positional</pre></code>Returns the list of Parameter objects that make up the signature.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Signature#params
343 343
 params	R	Signature.params									
@@ -352,15 +352,15 @@ day-of-week	R	Date.day-of-week
352 352
 Numeric.Rat	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>method Rat(Numeric:D: Real $epsilon = 1.0e-6) returns Rat:D</pre></code>If this Numeric is equivalent to a Real, return a Rat which is within $epsilon of that Real's value. Fail with X::Numeric::Real otherwise.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#Rat
353 353
 Real.Rat	A			Perl 6 Real							<pre><code>method Rat(Real:D: Real $epsilon = 1e-6)</pre></code>Converts the number to a Rat with the precision $epsilon.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Real#Rat
354 354
 Rat	D								[[Numeric.Rat]]\n[[Real.Rat]]			
355  
-Str.lines	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    lines(Str:D $input, $limit = Inf) returns Positional&#10;multi method lines(Str:D $input: $limit = Inf) returns Positional</pre></code>Returns a list of lines (without trailing newline characters), i.e. the same as a call to $input.comb( / ^^ &#92;N* /, $limit ) would.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#lines
  355
+Str.lines	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    lines(Str:D $input, $limit = Inf) returns Positional<br>multi method lines(Str:D $input: $limit = Inf) returns Positional</pre></code>Returns a list of lines (without trailing newline characters), i.e. the same as a call to $input.comb( / ^^ &#92;N* /, $limit ) would.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#lines
356 356
 lines	R	Str.lines									
357  
-Str.words	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    words(Str:D $input, $limit = Inf) returns Positional&#10;multi method words(Str:D $input: $limit = Inf) returns Positional</pre></code>Returns a list of non-whitespace bits, i.e. the same as a call to $input.comb( / &#92;S+ /, $limit ) would.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#words
  357
+Str.words	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    words(Str:D $input, $limit = Inf) returns Positional<br>multi method words(Str:D $input: $limit = Inf) returns Positional</pre></code>Returns a list of non-whitespace bits, i.e. the same as a call to $input.comb( / &#92;S+ /, $limit ) would.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#words
358 358
 words	R	Str.words									
359  
-Numeric.log10	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi sub    log10(Numeric:D ) returns Numeric:D&#10;multi method log10(Numeric:D:) returns Numeric:D</pre></code>Calculates the logarithm to base 10.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#log10
  359
+Numeric.log10	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi sub    log10(Numeric:D ) returns Numeric:D<br>multi method log10(Numeric:D:) returns Numeric:D</pre></code>Calculates the logarithm to base 10.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#log10
360 360
 log10	R	Numeric.log10									
361 361
 Mu.say	A			Perl 6 Mu							<pre><code>multi method say() returns Bool:D</pre></code>Prints value to $*OUT after stringification using .gist method with newline at end.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Mu#say
362 362
 say	R	Mu.say									
363  
-Numeric.log	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi sub    log(Numeric:D, Numeric $base = e) returns Numeric:D&#10;multi method log(Numeric:D: Numeric $base = e) returns Numeric:D</pre></code>Calculates the logarithm to base $base. Defaults to the natural logarithm.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#log
  363
+Numeric.log	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi sub    log(Numeric:D, Numeric $base = e) returns Numeric:D<br>multi method log(Numeric:D: Numeric $base = e) returns Numeric:D</pre></code>Calculates the logarithm to base $base. Defaults to the natural logarithm.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Numeric#log
364 364
 log	R	Numeric.log									
365 365
 Str.sprintf	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub sprintf ( Str:D $format, *@args) returns Str:D</pre></code>This function is mostly identical to the C library sprintf function.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#sprintf
366 366
 sprintf	R	Str.sprintf									
@@ -370,11 +370,11 @@ Pair.fmt	A			Perl 6 Pair							<pre><code>multi method fmt(Pair:D:) returns Str:
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 fmt	R	Pair.fmt									
371 371
 Exception.rethrow	A			Perl 6 Exception							<pre><code>method rethrow(Exception:D:)</pre></code>Rethrows an exception that has already been thrown at least once. This is different from throw in that it preserves the original backtrace.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Exception#rethrow
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 rethrow	R	Exception.rethrow									
373  
-List.first	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    first(Mu $matcher, *@elems)&#10;multi method first(List:D:  Mu $matcher)</pre></code>Returns the first item of the list which smart-matches against $matcher.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#first
  373
+List.first	A			Perl 6 List							<pre><code>multi sub    first(Mu $matcher, *@elems)<br>multi method first(List:D:  Mu $matcher)</pre></code>Returns the first item of the list which smart-matches against $matcher.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/List#first
374 374
 first	R	List.first									
375 375
 Date.prev	A			Perl 6 Date							<pre><code>method prev(Date:D:) return Date:D</pre></code>Returns the previous day	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Date#prev
376 376
 prev	R	Date.prev									
377  
-Real.rand	A			Perl 6 Real							<pre><code>sub term:&lt;rand&gt; returns Num:D&#10;method rand(Real:D:) returns Real:D</pre></code>Returns a pseudo-random number between zero and the number.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Real#rand
  377
+Real.rand	A			Perl 6 Real							<pre><code>sub term:&lt;rand&gt; returns Num:D<br>method rand(Real:D:) returns Real:D</pre></code>Returns a pseudo-random number between zero and the number.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Real#rand
378 378
 rand	R	Real.rand									
379 379
 Range.min	A			Perl 6 Range							<pre><code>method min(Range:D:)</pre></code>Returns the start point of the range.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Range#min
380 380
 min	R	Range.min									
@@ -386,7 +386,7 @@ Numeric.roots	A			Perl 6 Numeric							<pre><code>multi method roots(Numeric:D:
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 roots	R	Numeric.roots									
387 387
 Pair.cmp	A			Perl 6 Pair							<pre><code>multi sub infix:&lt;cmp&gt;(Pair:D, Pair:D)</pre></code>The type-agnostic comparator; compares two Pairs. Compares first their key parts, and then compares the value parts if the keys are equal.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Pair#cmp
388 388
 cmp	R	Pair.cmp									
389  
-Str.chomp	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    chomp(Str:D ) returns Str:D&#10;multi method chomp(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns the string with a logical newline removed from the end.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#chomp
  389
+Str.chomp	A			Perl 6 Str							<pre><code>multi sub    chomp(Str:D ) returns Str:D<br>multi method chomp(Str:D:) returns Str:D</pre></code>Returns the string with a logical newline removed from the end.	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Str#chomp
390 390
 chomp	R	Str.chomp									
391 391
 Version.parts	A			Perl 6 Version							<pre><code>method parts(Version:D:) returns List:D</pre></code>Returns the list of parts that make up this Version object	http://doc.perl6.org/type/Version#parts
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 parts	R	Version.parts									
4  perl6_doc/parse.pl
@@ -13,7 +13,9 @@ (_)
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     my ($string) = @_;
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     # &#10; is valid HTML and it works in <pre> blocks
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-    encode_entities( $string, "<>&\n\t\\" );
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+    $string = encode_entities( $string, "<>&\t\\" );
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+    $string =~ s/ \n /<br>/gmsx;
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+    $string;
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 }
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 sub duck_line {

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