Raku Musings

by Arne Sommer

Flipping the Raku Wave

[66] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #55

Sequential Conjectures with Raku

[65] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #54

Vowelled Matrix with Raku

[64] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #53

Stepping Winner by Raku

[63] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #52

Three Colours by Raku

[62] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #51

Keyword Index

I have set up a framework for maintaining a semi-automatic Keyword Index. 10 articles are currently indexed, with more to come.

Nobly Merged Raku

[61] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #50

Smallest Cache with Raku

[60] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #49

Surviving Dates with Raku

[59] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #48

The Roman Gap with Raku

[58] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #47

Exploring Rebless with Raku

[57] Exploring «rebless».

Raku and the (Re)blessed Child

[56] Why doesn't «rebless» work in Raku anymore?

The Cryptic Raku Room

[55] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #46

Square Dumper with Raku

[54] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #45

From 100 to 200 with Raku

[53] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #44
 

«Beginning Raku» v1.03

An updated version of my book is now available on arnesom.github.io

Olympic Numbers with Raku

[52] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #43

Octally Balanced Braces with Raku

[51] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #42
 

New RSS Feed

The new RSS Feed is fully automated. The old one (at perl6.eu) was a manual (and tedious) affair, and has not been updated for some time now.

Attractive Leonardo Numbers with Raku

[50] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #41

Multiple Fun with Arrays and Raku

[49] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #40

Reverse Polish Guest Book, Raku Edition

[48] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #39

Off Course

[47] About my «Beginning Raku» book and course.

Datefinder General, A Raku Wordgame

[46] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #38

Weekdays, Daylight and Raku

[45] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #37

Vin Knapsack Meets Raku

[44] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #36

Morse and Remorse with Raku

[43] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #35

Sliced Dispatch, the Raku Way

[42] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #34

Addition and Multiplication with Raku

[41] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #33

The Raku Instance Bar

[40] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #32

Dynamic Zero with Raku

[39] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #31

From Perl 6 to Raku (With Love)

[38] About the language rename, and this new website.

Perl 6 Musings

[17-37] I am in the process of updating and moving the old articles. Please visit the old site (perl6.eu) for the missing ones.

FC Matrix with Raku

[16] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #11.

Roman Numerals with Raku

[15] My response to the first part of the Perl Weekly Challenge #10.

DIY Cryptography with Raku. Part 5: Real Text

[14] Encrypting Real Text.

Squared Ranking with Raku

[13] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #9.

Perfect Indentation with Raku

[12] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #8.

Raku The Niven Ladder

[11] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #7.

Int Erval, by Raku

[10] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #6.

Rakugrams

[9] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #5.

DIY Cryptography with Raku

[8] This article presents a home made cryptographical algorithm by yours truly. Cryptography DIY is a bad idea, but I'll have a go at it anyway.

Raku P(i)ermutations

[7] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #4.

From Babylon to Pascal with Raku

[6] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #3.

Raku from Zero to 35

[5] My response to the Perl Weekly Challenge #2.

Raku Gather, I Take

[4] Displaying files with gather/take, a powerful mechanism for semi-asyncronous execution.

Raku Colonoscopy

[3] Everything you'd ever want to know (and much, much more) about the colon (the : character) in Raku.

Gibberish by Raku

[2] A Gibberish Generator, giving us random gibberish in return for a real text.

Raku EU Edition

[1] Raku adapted to EU Usage, where we use instead of $ to identify scalars.