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Immutability

Immutability: Functional-Lite JavaScript
Immutability: Functional-Lite JavaScript

To a functional programmer, immutability refers to a variable's ability to be changed. Kyle illustrates this by explaining the difference between using the const keyword and using Object.freeze().

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