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On Sat, Jan 15, 2011 at 5:34 PM, Christopher Dicely <cmdicely / gmail.com>wrote:

> > Ruby, interestingly enough, generally views state as immutable data.
>
> That's fairly misleading. There are lots of mutating operations in Ruby


I don't mean to be condescending, but if that's your reaction, I don't think
you understand the meaning of the word "generally"

Can you provide an example of a mutable state language that defaults to
immutable operations and explicitly marks mutable operations as well as Ruby
does?

Hint: it's not Python.

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Tony Arcieri
Medioh! Kudelski

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