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I don't know.
All I'm saying is that having some mutable state is convenient or even necessary for a program to work well.
Besides that, I'm a great fan of immutability too :)
Sigh. At least it is very convenient to have a processor and memory with mutable state.
In Assembly, mutable state can be useful as well.
Apart from that, we'll see.