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    Make Properties and Index Signatures Readonly in TypeScript

    TypeScript 2.0 introduced the readonly modifier which can be added to a property or index signature declaration. It helps prevent against unintended property assignments. This lesson gives various use cases for readonly and shows what the generated JavaScript code looks like.

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