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Last week I wrote an example script (examples/ca_wolfram.pl in your Pugs tarball or svk checkout) in Perl 6, but found I was lacking sprintf("%b",$arg), which was used in my Perl 5 version of the same script. The #perl6 crew, led by audreyt++ encouraged me to implement it in Prelude.pm, and voila! Not an hour later, I had sprintf("%b") working like a charm in my script. w00t!

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