## 🎄 6/25. Testing palindromic numbers in Perl 6

Welcome to Day 6 of the Perl 6 One-Liner Advent Calendar! As promised yesterday, today we’ll be solving problem 4 of Project Euler. Let me once again remind you that you can pause reading and solve the problem yourself first. My intention is to demonstrate the beauty of Perl 6 and Perl in general. So, … Continue reading “🎄 6/25. Testing palindromic numbers in Perl 6”

## 🎄 5/25. What’s the date today in Perl 6?

Welcome to Day 5 of this lovely Perl 6 One-Liner Advent Calendar! Today, we’ll answer the question of what’s the date today (and tomorrow we can talk about palindromes if you want). So, to print the answer, you can use the following line of Perl 6 code: DateTime.now.yyyy-mm-dd.say It looks transparent and prints the date … Continue reading “🎄 5/25. What’s the date today in Perl 6?”

## 🎄 4/25. Working with big numbers in Perl 6

Welcome to Day 4 of the Perl 6 One-Liner Advent Calendar! Today, we’ll look at the Problem 13 of Project Euler. Let me show a screenshot of it: Indeed, it looks huge, and the task is to find the first ten digits of the sum of a hundred integers, each consisting of 50 digits. Sounds … Continue reading “🎄 4/25. Working with big numbers in Perl 6”

## 🎄 3/25. Generating random integers in Perl 6

Welcome to Day 3 of the Perl 6 One-Liner Advent Calendar! Today, we will generate random numbers. You may ask, what’s the deal with it, isn’t it a routine task to call a kind of a rand function? Well, in some sense, yes, but in Perl 6, you might prefer calling a method.  Let’s look at the … Continue reading “🎄 3/25. Generating random integers in Perl 6”

## 🎄 2/25. Grepping dividable numbers in Perl 6

Welcome to Day 2 of the Perl 6 One-Liner Advent Calendar! Today, we’ll solve a nice task from Project Euler with number 1. Once again, let me warn you that the rest of the text contains a solution, so you are welcome to make a pause to think of your own solution first. But I am … Continue reading “🎄 2/25. Grepping dividable numbers in Perl 6”

## 🎄 1/25. Generating random passwords in Perl 6

Welcome to the first day of the brand new Perl6.Online Advent Calendar! This year, its theme is Perl 6 One-Liners (a pun from perl6.onliners). Thus, welcome to this year’s Perl 6 One-Liner Advent Calendar. The whole perl6.online blog was initially planned to be daily, so it’s a great opportunity to keep the pace for at least another … Continue reading “🎄 1/25. Generating random passwords in Perl 6”