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I saw semi::semicolons, so I figured the rest of the language could be changed some how as well?

Semi::Semicolons take a non-Perl program, translates it to Perl, then runs that. Feel free to create your own programming language and translator just like Semi::Semicolons did. Then, all you need is this:

package MyLang; use Filter::Simple; sub translate { my $mylang_code = shift; ... return $perl_code; } FILTER { $_ = translate($_) } 1

Note that ref[foo] already means something in Perl. (It means the same thing as ref( [ foo() ] ).) So you're new language is going to have to change that too.

In reply to Re: Modules to reduce syntax? by ikegami
in thread Modules to reduce syntax? by sectokia

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