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Perl 6 is an exciting new language, boasting excellent Unicode support, a clean new pattern matching syntax that scales from regexes to full grammars, high-level concurrency features, built-in reactive programming, neat interoperability with native libraries (C), Perl 5, Python, and more. Solid and flexible OO enables rapid implementation of object models, while a whole range of functional-inspired features make data munging a joy. These together make Perl 6 a great glue language for the modern world. Compared with Perl 5, Perl 6 represents a step of revolution, not evolution.
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