In IO::Path::Unix§

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method raku(IO::Path::Unix:D: --> Str:D)

Returns a string that, when given passed through EVAL gives the original invocant back.

IO::Path::Unix.new("foo/bar").raku.say;
# OUTPUT: IO::Path::Unix.new("foo/bar", :CWD("/home/camelia")) 

Note that this string includes the value of the .CWD attribute that is set to $*CWD when the path object was created, by default.

In IO::Path::Cygwin§

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method raku(IO::Path::Cygwin:D: --> Str:D)

Returns a string that, when given passed through EVAL gives the original invocant back.

IO::Path::Cygwin.new("foo/bar").raku.say;
# OUTPUT: IO::Path::Cygwin.new("foo/bar", :CWD("/home/camelia")) 

Note that this string includes the value of the .CWD attribute that is set to $*CWD when the path object was created, by default.

In IO::Path::QNX§

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method raku(IO::Path::QNX:D: --> Str:D)

Returns a string that, when given passed through EVAL gives the original invocant back.

IO::Path::QNX.new("foo/bar").raku.say;
# OUTPUT: IO::Path::QNX.new("foo/bar", :CWD("/home/camelia")) 

Note that this string includes the value of the .CWD attribute that is set to $*CWD when the path object was created, by default.

In Junction§

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multi method raku(Junction:D:)

Collapses the Junction and returns a Str composed of raku of its components that evaluates to the equivalent Junction with equivalent components:

<a 42 c>.all.raku.put# OUTPUT: «all("a", IntStr.new(42, "42"), "c")␤»

In Complex§

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method raku(Complex:D: --> Str:D)

Returns an implementation-specific string that produces an equivalent object when given to EVAL.

say (1-3i).raku;                # OUTPUT: «<1-3i>␤»

In Allomorph§

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multi method raku(Allomorph:D:)

Return a representation of the object that can be used via EVAL to reconstruct the value of the object.

In IO::Path::Win32§

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method raku(IO::Path::Win32:D: --> Str:D)

Returns a string that, when given passed through EVAL gives the original invocant back.

IO::Path::Win32.new("foo/bar").raku.say;
# OUTPUT: IO::Path::Win32.new("foo/bar", :CWD("C:\\Users\\camelia")) 

Note that this string includes the value of the .CWD attribute that is set to $*CWD when the path object was created, by default.

In Rat§

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multi method raku(Rat:D: --> Str:D)

Returns an implementation-specific string that produces an equivalent object when given to EVAL.

say (1/3).raku;                # OUTPUT: «<1/3>␤» 
say (2/4).raku;                # OUTPUT: «0.5␤» 

In RakuAST::Doc::Paragraph§

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# method .gist falls back to .raku 
say $block;  # RakuAST::Doc::Paragraph.new(... 

Returns the string that is needed for the creation of the paragraph using RakuAST calls.

In RakuAST::Doc::Markup§

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# method .gist falls back to .raku 
say $markup;  # RakuAST::Doc::Markup.new(... 

Returns the string that is needed for the creation of the markup using RakuAST calls.

In Mu§

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multi method raku(Mu:U:)
multi method raku(Mu:D:)

For type objects, returns its name if .raku has not been redefined from Mu, or calls .raku on the name of the type object otherwise.

say Str.raku;          # OUTPUT: «Str␤»

For plain objects, it will conventionally return a representation of the object that can be used via EVAL to reconstruct the value of the object.

say (1..3).Set.raku;  # OUTPUT: «Set.new(1,2,3)␤»

In RakuAST::Doc::Block§

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# method .gist falls back to .raku 
say $block;  # RakuAST::Doc::Block.new(... 

Returns the string that is needed for the creation of the block using RakuAST calls.

In FatRat§

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multi method raku(FatRat:D: --> Str:D)

Returns an implementation-specific string that produces an equivalent object when given to EVAL.

say FatRat.new(12).raku# OUTPUT: «FatRat.new(1, 2)␤» 

In Range§

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multi method raku(Range:D:)

Returns an implementation-specific string that produces an equivalent object when given to EVAL.

say (1..2).raku # OUTPUT: «1..2␤» 

In RakuAST::Doc::Declarator§

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# method .gist falls back to .raku 
say $declarator;  # RakuAST::Doc::Declarator.new(... 

Returns the string that is needed for the creation of the block using RakuAST calls.

In IO::Path§

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method raku(IO::Path:D: --> Str:D)

Returns a string that, when given passed through EVAL gives the original invocant back.

"foo/bar".IO.raku.say;
# OUTPUT: IO::Path.new("foo/bar", :SPEC(IO::Spec::Unix), :CWD("/home/camelia")) 

Note that this string includes the value of the .CWD attribute that is set to $*CWD when the path object was created, by default.

In IterationBuffer§

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method raku(IterationBuffer:D: --> Str)

Produces a representation of the IterationBuffer as a List postfixed with ".IterationBuffer" to make it different from an ordinary list. Does not roundtrip. Intended for debugging uses only, specifically for use with dd.