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The XML data type is not immutable

Immutability In many programming languages, strings of text are immutable, meaning they don’t change. When you modify a string, a new string is created in memory by copying the original. The old string stays in memory unless some process removes it. This might be a manual process of de-allocating that memory, or garbage collection if
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