More info.  ¢T is a scalar variable just like $T, but enforces a
class view, so you can use it as a class parameter, and pass any
object to it, but only access the classish aspects of the object.
The only other big difference is that you can use it in the class
syntactic slot, so it's legal to say ¢T $x where it would be illegal
to say $T $x.


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