In Match§

See primary documentation in context for method hash

Returns a hash of named submatches.

In role QuantHash§

See primary documentation in context for method hash

method hash()

Coerces the QuantHash object to a Hash (by stringifying the objects for the keys) with the values of the hash limited to the same limitation as QuantHash, and returns that.

In Any§

See primary documentation in context for method hash

multi method hash(Any:U:)
multi method hash(Any:D:)

When called on a type object, returns an empty Hash. On instances, it is equivalent to assigning the invocant to a %-sigiled variable and returning that.

Subclasses of Any may choose to return any core type that does the Associative role from .hash. Use .Hash to coerce specifically to Hash.

my $d# $d is Any 
say $d.hash# OUTPUT: {} 
 
my %m is Map = => 42=> 666;
say %m.hash;  # OUTPUT: «Map.new((a => 42, b => 666))␤» 
say %m.Hash;  # OUTPUT: «{a => 42, b => 666}␤» 

In Capture§

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method hash(Capture:D:)

Returns the named/hash part of the Capture.

my Capture $c = \(235apples => (red => 2));
say $c.hash# OUTPUT: «Map.new((:apples(:red(2))))␤»

In role Baggy§

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method hash(Baggy:D: --> Hash:D)

Returns a Hash where the elements of the invocant are the keys and their respective weights the values.

my $breakfast = bag <eggs bacon bacon>;
my $h = $breakfast.hash;
say $h.^name;                    # OUTPUT: «Hash[Any,Any]␤» 
say $h;                          # OUTPUT: «{bacon => 2, eggs => 1}␤»