I have the code in: https://gist.github.com/ravbell/d94b37f1a346a1f73b5a827d9eaf7c92I have not been able to figure out why the parse on the rule <invoice-prelude> fails with a Nil. Note that even .subparse also fails.
I've installed Time::Duration and it failed most of its tests. I want to be able to rebuild the module - with my edits - from the locally stored module.
Let's say I have this script:When I run prog.p6, I get:Is there a way to store a stringified version of the returned value and prevent it from being output to the terminal?
I would like to convert the following from perl5 to perl6,It create a string of 16 characters where each character has a randomly picked value from 0 to 255. Perl5 doesn't assign any semantics to those characters, so they could be bytes, Unicode Code Points, or something else.