[Wellington-pm] Roundup of last night's meeting

Florent Mara florent.mara at nzregen.co.nz
Thu Oct 27 15:40:16 PDT 2016

Indeed, thank you Steve, very good presentation.
So many implementations of Fibonacci ... it is surprising not to have it
build-in Perl6, yet. Too many characters in the current implementation! :-)
my @fib := 1, 1, *+* ... *;

As for Grant bitwise turtles, ever so thought provoking.
I still don't have any suggestion for next month, I am currently out of
suggestions ...

Since I am here, maybe somebody could explain me what I am doing wrong here:
my $cust_levels = ['Inner Span', 'End Span'];
my $mirror = $object->set('array', $cust_levels); # Sets a mirroring
variable in a different object.
is($mirror->[0], $cust_levels->[0], 'Got the expected array element');

Results in
#   Failed test 'Got the expected array element'
#          got: 'Inner Span'
#     expected: '"Inner Span"'

$cust_levels does not show any double quotes unless in is() context ...
feeling quite "blonde" this morning.

On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 1:52 PM, Grant McLean <grant at mclean.net.nz> wrote:

> Hi all
> Thank you very much to Steve for his Perl6/Fibonacci talk at last
> night's meeting.  And thanks to everyone else for a lively meeting and
> follow-up chat.
> Slides (and even Steve's speaker notes) are up on the web site now:
>   http://wellington.pm.org/archive/
> The next meeting will be on November the 8th.  By tradition this will be
> the last technical meeting of 2016, with the December meeting being a
> social.  As usual I'm very keen to hear from anyone who would like to do
> a talk or who would like to suggest a topic - reply here on the list or
> direct to me.
> Regards
> Grant
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