[erlang-questions] Immutable isn't static Was: Re: Process scope variable

Rad Gruchalski <>
Thu Mar 12 23:25:25 CET 2015


And as such, it is important to declare common ground. Otherwise misconceptions occur.  
As such - “immutable" is not the same as “static", as presented in the example given earlier.










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On Thursday, 12 March 2015 at 23:23, Imants Cekusins wrote:

> more common usage of static in computer programming relates to “object property/method” instead of “class”.
> Radek, I use words to explain my thoughts. People often mean different things by the same word and vice versa.
> It is good to understand someone, even if we both use wrong words - as long as we both try to understand each other.  
> Choosing the right words is important. However the key purpose of constructive communication is exchange of ideas, understanding.
> Let us focus on what the other person is trying to convey!
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