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This is part of a series which describes the Information Model of Perl 6. It is theoretical rather than an exact description of any real implementation. The details in this installment are not quite spelled out in the Synopses, but completely consistant with them except where noted.
This installment goes over Read-Only Proxy objects in detail, as described in the previous two parts for use with readonly parameters. This is a “leaf node” in the knowledge, so feel free to skim or skip this without affecting the comprehension of other pages in this series.
This is still being written. Consider this file a sneak-peek.