Richard Kenneth Eng

Functional programming advocates often state that because of immutability, FP languages like Scala or Elixir are better able to utilize all of the cores in a multi-core CPU, and execute with thread safety. Is this also a case of not being aware of methods to make OOP do the same thing? Or is FP inherently better suited for thread-safety and multi-core execution?

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