Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #pdl, 2016-03-08

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19:57 gtodd hmm I have a piddle all set up after reading from a CVS file (whee!) fora timeseries data set and just realized the first column (the date) seems to be missing a lot of datapoints since the dataset has dates like this:2012.02.08 00:00:00    2012.02.12 00:00:00  ... etc.
19:57 gtodd and they all got auto-munged into 2012-02 :-\
19:59 gtodd I can redo that or reread that column from the CSV file and replace that part of the piddle ... but can I get stick a sub{} somewhere and get rcols or PDL::IO::CVS to "fix" (or not break)  the dates as they are read in?
20:07 gtodd ok Date::Parse recognizes it  (and other weirdness) ++Graham Barr! :-D
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