Hi Jakob,

> I like how you give both a rationale (of sorts) against, then a
> demonstration nevertheless of a deep copy. Very friendly! :)

The main reason against deep copy is efficiency. In a typical application with
huge data structures, you will want to change parts of it often. If you copy the
whole structure each time, you need lots of computing time and processing power.

For a demonstration - as I said - I have none ;)

- Alex
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