The following is the incomplete list of perl6 operators.
You can see a handy table of perl6 operators here.
“A hyperoperator is a basic binary operator surrounded by > It allows you to "spread" an operator...Hyper operator
“Coercion operators are +, ~, and ?. These operators manually cast types into Num, Str, and Bool...Coercion operator
“In Perl6 the tilde (~) when used with two arguments is the concatenation operator, whereas with...Concatenation operator
“An operator for "mixing" lists. It is represented by the Z character between 2 lists, or using...Zip operator
“The ternary operator in Perl6 is ?? followed by !! Description The ternary operator takes a...Ternary operator
“The range operator in Perl6 and Perl5 is .. Description The range operator ($a..$b) returns an...Range operator
“Perl6 introduces a new type of assignment know as binding. There are two types of binding. The...Binding operator
Pages in category "Operators"
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