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"Immutability, Memoization, Purity and Linear Types – further reducing code complexity"
An immutable type is one whose internal state cannot change after it has been instantiated. A ‘deeply immutable’ type is one whose dependency graph contains reference types that are also ‘deeply immutable’. If dependant reference types are not themselves ‘deeply immutable’, the type is termed ‘sh
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