These are the Perl 6 Tablets, a comprehensive manual, aiming to support many different ways of learning. The content is nicely sorted and indexed and many links allow you to follow your interest freely. For a lightweight introduction, try the Perl 6 Tutorial written by Herbert Breunung or the community Book Using Perl 6. If that is too easy, read the specs.
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Tablets 1-4 have some substance, but most complete are Appendices A, B, D, G, H.
Preface and Introduction
Tablet 0: History
Tablet 1: Language Design (Strategy, Principles, Trends)
Tablet 2: Basic Syntax (Spaces, Comments, Literals, Quoting, Formatting)
Tablet 3: Variables (Sigils, Twigils, Assignment, Typing, Scopes)
Tablet 4: Operators (Comparison, Math, String, Logic, List, Metaops)
Tablet 5: IO (Command Line, Files, Sockets, Network, Misc.)
Tablet 6: Blocks (Conditions, Loops, Jump Statements)
Tablet 7: Subroutines (Signatures, Multis, Modules)
Tablet 8: Objects (Classes, Roles, Delegation)
Tablet 9: Regex (Rules, Grammars)
Tablet 10: Metaprogramming (Macros, Selfmade Ops, DSL)
Appendix A: Sorted Index (all ops, builtins, methods, alphabetically ordered)
Appendix B: Grouped Index (cheat sheets and summary tables, content like Appendix A but grouped by topic)
Appendix C: Cookbook (chunks of everyday Perl 5, translated into idiomatic Perl 6)
Appendix D: Delta (most drastic changes beween 5 and 6)
Appendix E: Exciting (excellent, best-of, appetizer tour)
Appendix F: FAQ (frequently asked questions)
Appendix G: Glossary (complicated words explained)
Appendix H: Href (links to other resources)