On 12/18/2015 03:46 AM, TS xx wrote:
> Hello dear perl6 users,
> I was in the need of declaring a member variable as a constant integer.

I don't understand this. If it's a constant, why does it need to be
member at all? A member is per-instance storage, which seems to be a
waste for a constant.

Just do

class MyClass {
    method TheConstant { 42 }

Then you can use it both on the class:

say MyClass.TheConstant

or on an instance:

say MyClass.new.TheConstant


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