Perl 6
Perl 6 IO Tablet: Revision 32
"Overview"[Perl 6 Tablets] - _Chapter:_ "0:History"[Perl 6 History Tablet], "1:Design"[Perl 6 Language Design Tablet], "2:Basics"[Perl 6 Basics Tablet], "3:Var"[Perl 6 Variable Tablet], "4:Op"[Perl 6 Operator Tablet], *"5:IO"[Perl 6 IO Tablet]*, "6:{}"[Perl 6 Block Tablet], "7:Sub"[Perl 6 Subroutine Tablet], "8:OOP"[Perl 6 OOP Tablet], "9:Rx"[Perl 6 Regex Tablet], "10:Meta"[Perl 6 Meta Tablet]
"Intro"[Perl 6 Intro Tablet] - _Appendices:_ "A:Index"[Perl 6 Index Tablet], "B:Tables"[Perl 6 Lookup Tablet], "C:Cook"[Perl 6 Cookbook Tablet], "D:Delta"[Perl 6 Delta Tablet], "E:Best of"[Best Of Perl 6 Tablet], "F:Links"[Perl 6 Links Tablet]

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_Herbert Breunung: Inside a shell might be a Perl._

This tablet is about the old core business of Perl.

^ Command Line

The shell, command line (or _STDOUT_ to Perl 5 programmer and _$*OUT_ in Perl 6) is the first and most fundamental communication device for a script with it's user. And most tutorials begin just with dopping a line to that black window.

^^ say

> say "dear earthlings";

This just dropps a "quoted string"{link: [Perl 6 Basics Tablet] Quoting}, but any other value or list of values is possible. Any item of the list will taken as an expression, that has to evaluated.

> say "dear earthlings, we come from ", $our_home_planet, ",that is ", compute_distance($earth, $our_home_planet), 'parsecs away.';

^^ print

^^ printf

It's a print that understands also the syntax of "sprintf"{link: [Perl 6 Basics tablet] sprintf}.

^^ note

^^ warn

^^ promt

^^ read

^ Files

"file test operators"{link: [Perl 6 Lookup Tablet] Filetest Ops}

^^ slurp

^^ lines

^^ open

^^ readline

^^ get

^^ getc

^^ read for files

^^ print for files

^^ say for files

^^ open

Synopsis:

> open('new', :w).close

> given open('foo', :w) { # "Anonymous" filehandle
>> .say('Hello, world!');
>> .close
> }

Valid modes are:

r : read

w : write

a : append (Note: you must specify "wa", not just "a")

p : pipe

^^ close

^^ rename for files

^ Directories

^^ dir

^^ mkdir

^^ chdir

^^ chroot

^^ rmdir

^^ rename

^ Sockets

^ Processes

^^ run

^^ runinstead

^^ fork

^^ wait

^^ kill

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"Overview"[Perl 6 Tablets] - _Chapter:_ "0:History"[Perl 6 History Tablet], "1:Design"[Perl 6 Language Design Tablet], "2:Basics"[Perl 6 Basics Tablet], "3:Var"[Perl 6 Variable Tablet], "4:Op"[Perl 6 Operator Tablet], *"5:IO"[Perl 6 IO Tablet]*, "6:{}"[Perl 6 Block Tablet], "7:Sub"[Perl 6 Subroutine Tablet], "8:OOP"[Perl 6 OOP Tablet], "9:Rx"[Perl 6 Regex Tablet], "10:Meta"[Perl 6 Meta Tablet]
"Intro"[Perl 6 Intro Tablet] - _Appendices:_ "A:Index"[Perl 6 Index Tablet], "B:Tables"[Perl 6 Lookup Tablet], "C:Cook"[Perl 6 Cookbook Tablet], "D:Delta"[Perl 6 Delta Tablet], "E:Best of"[Best Of Perl 6 Tablet], "F:Links"[Perl 6 Links Tablet]

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