What are Mutable classes?

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Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

Mutable classes are the classes that are being prepared can change its internal state anytime without any issue. Also, it can change the state even after it has been already developed. The classes here are not the ones that are actually mutable. But the object that consists inside it, they are actually the mutated ones. Until we can prevent it from any change after it has been developed. It also depends strongly on the language that is being used.

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