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Immutable Data Structure: Why and How to Use

Immutable data structures are data structures that cannot mutate. This becomes extremely value in managing the state of our programs. In this video, Di explains how people have been using immutable data structures along with functional programming to deal with mutable state. Di also walks through the implementation of these structures in Tries, and introduces JavaScript libraries that make these structures available.

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