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method salary { self!private_method(10); $!salary }
Doesn't $!salary have to be called with an object? self!salary. Or has this been changed to figure that out for itself (implies self or $_ ?) now? I found it:
For a call on your own private method, you may also use the attribute-ish form:
$!think($pinky) # short for $(self!think($pinky))
I'm guessing you put this in after you got STD in fine enough shape and knew that could actually be made to work?

With analogous meaning for the other sigils (that's not stated in S12)?

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