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Objects Should Be Immutable

 
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Hi all,

Please check this blog post: http://www.yegor256.com/2014/06/09/objects-should-be-immutable.html

In this short article I give a few arguments in favor of object immutability. In short, here is a list of them:

  • immutable objects are simpler to construct, test, and use
  • truly immutable objects are always thread-safe
  • they help to avoid temporal coupling
  • their usage is side-effect free (no defensive copies)
  • identity mutability problem is avoided
  • they always have failure atomicity
  • they are much easier to cache


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