TSa Thomas.Sandlass-at-barco.com |Perl 6| wrote:

No, because {...} is just a declaration. You can give a
definition later in the surrounding module/package/class.
Within that scope there can be only one definition, of course.

I did not mean to use { ... } to mean declaration only, but to show that I omitted the good stuff. In Perl 6, it is not "declaration only" but a body that doesn't complain when it is redefined, so that should not matter.

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