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I see no dissonance or absurdity here. The code creates two Sequences in a loop and they end because the end conditions (2 and 10) (the thing to the right of ....) get reached.
If you create a sequence like 0, * + 2 ... 1 where the values go up and the end value is smaller than even the first calculated value, then that Seq. will can never end.


holli

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In reply to Re^6: [Raku] Ranges in array slices by holli
in thread [Raku] Ranges in array slices by Athanasius

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