Imperative programming is pretty difficult.
The main problem is that once you’ve put something somewhere you expect to find it where you put it.
“Hej, who moved my cheese?” you’re thinking.
If you put a chunk of cheeses in the fridge, its nice if you can find it where you put it. You put things in places, and later you expect to find them where you put them. What this boils down to in
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