This document specifies the pipeline operator
|>. See the explainer for an introduction.
The main design decisions made in this specification are:
|>is treated directly as a function; even if it is a
x |> y(z)is similar in semantics to
|>sits between the ternary operator and
||. It is left-associative. bug
evalare indirect eval.
|>is evaluated before the right one.
|>has a receiver, it is used for the call, with rules similar to a method call. That is
x |> y.zgets
yas a receiver, just as if it were written
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