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This is not a specific question about the challenge, but more about the concept of immutability. While working in the “check for palindrome” challenge in the algorithm section, I had to use the string.prototype.replace() function. And that made me come back to this topic, because: Doesn’t the aforementioned function denies the “immutability” property of strings (given that it replaces and/or changes only parts of a string)? I think that it does, but I wanted to consult with the community to be sure.
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// Setup var myStr = "Jello World"; // Only change code below this line myStr = "Hello World"; // Fix Me
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