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name for SEFTable
- To: <michael>
- Subject: name for SEFTable
- From: Eric Dean Tribble <tribble>
- Date: Wed, 25 Oct 89 17:36:42 PDT
- Cc: <mark>, <xtech>
- In-reply-to: <Michael>,27 PDT <8910251525.AA03809@xanadu>
note that C++ uses 'const' incorrectly. You can have a 'const'
pointer to an object that change state because another object has a
non-const pointer. That's why immutability is different from 'const'.
An immutable object can't have its state changed at all.
My description of a 'const' class was just to clarify my preceding
description. I don't actually care if we use const, just how close
the semantics are.