Documentation for infix
ff^ assembled from the following types:
sub infix:<ff^>(Mu , Mu )
Works like ff, except it does not return
True for items matching the stop condition (including items that first matched the start condition).
my = <A B C>;say if /A/ ff /C/ for ; # OUTPUT: «A␤B␤C␤»say if /A/ ff^ /C/ for ; # OUTPUT: «A␤B␤»
The sed-like version can be found in fff^.
This operator cannot be overloaded, as it's handled specially by the compiler.