≔ like this:
julia> ≔(a, b) = a==b ≔ (generic function with 1 method)
the following works just fine:
julia> ≔(3,2) false
But I get a weird error when trying to use it as an infix-operator:
julia> 2≔3 ERROR: syntax: invalid syntax (≔ 2 3)
Is this even supposed to work? The error message looks more like a bug in Julia’s Lisp parser or maybe I’m missing something?