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I'm not sure if this is what's being asked, but I too think of "immutable" as "cannot change" (which is in line with the English meaning of the word). Robby 2009/9/16 David Van Horn <dvanhorn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: > ChurlSoo Joo wrote: >> >> 2009/9/16 Shiro Kawai <shiro@xxxxxxxx <mailto:shiro@xxxxxxxx>> >> Â ÂYet I still argue "immutable" means "its value never >> Â Âchanges, no matter what", and it will be incorrect to >> Â Âuse that term on something that can change. >> >> Â ÂHow about "read-only", for example? ÂI think in general >> Â Â"read-only" means the user can read it but cannot write >> Â Âto it, though it doesn't exclude the possibility that the >> Â Âvalue changes. >> >> Â Â--shiro >> >> I'd like to hear it for my information, and I would listen to what others say. > > I think Shiro's suggestion is a good one. > > David > > >