In my code, I started experimenting with using immutable structs and
"updating" them using 'struct-copy'. I had to write my own "update"
functions, but I was surprised at how elegant the resulting code was. I
believe (although I did not check) that the guard function is invoked every
time a struct is copied, so the slots values will always be checked.
Here's an example of that pattern:
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