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> For instance, CONS cells can be implemented in perl5 by using two-element arrays, but that's not very efficient.
Hmm, like demonstrated in HOP?
But - out of curiosity - could you please elaborate "not very efficient"? Did you benchmark it? Or do you mean memory consumption?
When brainstorming, possible alternatives come into mind to realize a second slot in perl5 (like dualvars, tieing, blessing, glob-slots,...).
PS: I'm well aware of the pros of CONS... ;-)
In reply to Re: Does perl6 have a native linked-list data type?