That's nice, but I just don't get OCaml.
<< Once a binding refers to a value, it cannot refer to anything else (unless it explicitly contains a mutable value, discussed later). However, you may create a new binding of the same name which shadows the previous binding; from that point onward, the binding will refer to the newly assigned value. >>
So, immutable, unless mutable, and also, mutable?
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