On 8/11/05, Larry Wall <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> So either we have to bifurcate the concept into "temporarily constant"
> and "permanently constant", or we force people to distinguish with ::=
> (or "is constant('foo')"), or we make some representations about the
> requirement for the compiler to optimize the = form to:
>     my Str $x is constant('foo');

Why isn't the late binding version

my Str $x is ro('foo');

In contrast to the 'is rw' trait? When I say 'is constant', can I be
rewarded for all my extra typing with some well-defined compile-time

Ashley Winters

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