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Commented on Perl 6 Types: Made for Humans
OK, but can you define operators on custom made types? A 'date' type is nice, but if you can't subtract, add and other operators, what good is it?...
Commented on Three-value logic in Perl
NULL might also mean "Not Applicable" such as the "State" address field for Israel. (Hardly big enough to place the country's name...) In fact, in my old Ordain Inc. days (a database machine start-up that never took-off) we listed up...
Commented on CPAN modules for generating passwords
Ho God, I wish many more types would be compared... For example, I assumed that SOMEBODY have created a gooood logger, right? Well, almost or rather too many. Searching search.cpan.org (just for "Distributions" mind you) fished out 468 results. How...
Gábor Szabó - גאבור סבו commented on
CPAN modules for generating passwords
NeilB, thank you for extending your post with the additional modules and in general for writing this up.
The next best thing will be if someone finds a way too hook up this information to MetaCPAN so people searching there will easily see the alternatives. Will be able to read this article and compare the modules according to their needs.
Zoffix Znet commented on
Perl 6 Types: Made for Humans
Of course! Custom operators are just subs. If you can use a subset in a signature of the sub, same applies to an operator.
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