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Author Topic: perl 6 looking good: will have types, named parameters. Serious alternative!  (Read 1495 times)

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Perl 6 is about to be released. If you skipped Python and ruby, and you need the huge CPAN archive, perl 6 might be just the tiket, and with types and named parameters, it may be a serious alternative for large projects!:

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Perl 6 calling conventions are extremely well designed. Not only do they allow compile-time parameter checking, they also allow named parameters with or without complex defaults, even including curried default functions. This is going to be very powerful.

http://www.perl.com/...-passing.html?page=2