|The real solution to this is to make your objects immutable
That (along with the elaboration you've provided) seems to be describing exactly what Math::GMP does.
And yet Math::GMP also sets that very same troublesome trap wrt overloading '=' that I find disconcerting.
So, I'm left wondering just what it is that this "solution" solves.
I'll point out that I don't mean that last sentence to sound as smartarsey as it does. Deep down I know the problem is that I'm being dense.
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