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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
değişmeden
immutable
değişmez

Bu değişmez bir gerçektir. - This is an immutable truth.

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Английский Язык - Английский Язык
In an immutable manner. In a way that cannot be varied, or changed
in an unalterable and unchangeable manner; "his views were unchangeably fixed"
unchangeably, in an unalterable manner
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unchangeable
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{a} unchangeably, unalterably
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not subject or susceptible to change or variation in form or quality or nature; "the view of that time was that all species were immutable, created by God"
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{s} unchangeable, unalterable, changeless, not likely to change
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[adj ]
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1 (of an object) Having components that cannot be modified once the object has been created, such as regions, colors and opacities, text styles, and line styles 2 (of a class) An immutable class is a class all of whose objects are immutable
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literally, not able to change
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Something that is immutable will never change or cannot be changed. the eternal and immutable principles of right and wrong. never changing or impossible to change
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Not capable of being modified after it is created It is an error to attempt to modify an immutable object, though Dylan implementations are not required to detect this error The opposite of immutable is mutable
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Immutable files were conceived for distributed systems as files that cannot be altered without creating a distinct and separate new version The immutable property can be associated with files on BSD 4 4 derived systems When the BSD security level variable is set properly, immutable files cannot be overwritten while in multi-user mode There are also protections against modifying the immutable files by using /dev/kmem or device files as back doors See Design and Implementation of the 4 4 BSD Operating System section 7 6
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Not mutable; not capable or susceptible of change; unchangeable; unalterable
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Unchangeable; invariable; unalterable; not capable or susceptible of change That by two immutable things, in which it was impossible for God to lie, we might have strong consolation - Heb vi
immutable
adj 1 (of an object) Having components that cannot be modified once the object has been created 2 (of a class) An immutable class is a class all of whose objects are immutable
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Unable to be changed without exception
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A variable is immutable if the value it represents can never change This is normal for functional programs In imperative programs variables are normally mutable See Also: functional programming
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adj not subject to change, either because no operator is provided which is capable of effecting such change or because some constraint exists which prohibits the use of an operator that might otherwise be capable of effecting such a change Except as explicitly indicated otherwise, implementations are not required to detect attempts to modify immutable objects or cells; the consequences of attempting to make such modification are undefined {"Numbers are immutable "}
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An object is immutable if its response to signals (invocations) is a function of the signal and does not depend, for instance, on previous signals or the phase of the moon etc In KeyKos, a page to which there are no read-write keys is immutable So is a factory, by virtue of the factory code An immutable object may be deleted whereas there may be limits on the deletion of durable objects
immutably

    Расстановка переносов

    im·mu·ta·bly

    Синонимы

    unalterably, unchangeably

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ (")i(m)-'myü-t&-b& ] (adjective.) 15th century. Middle English, from Latin immutabilis, from in- + mutabilis mutable.

    Слово дня

    hors de combat
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