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README

README

The files in this directory hold questions that you would be likely to ask when embarking on the study of any new computer programming language.

In this case, the new programming language is Perl 6.

But what determines the questions asked? In this case, I'm asking the questions which Randal L Schwartz, Tom Phoenix and brian d foy ask -- implicitly or explicitly -- in Learning Perl, 4th ed. (O'Reilly, 2005). If those questions are good enough for Perl 5, then they are undoubtedly a large subset of the questions you will need to ask for Perl 6 as well.

What, of course, will be most interesting are those cases where:

These questions may be redistributed under the Creative Commons license. Send feedback to jkeenan at cpan dot org.