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Calling freeze() on an object makes the object immutable, like const in C++. Useful if you want to make sure that a function doesn't mess with the parameters you pass to it.

Basic usage:

class Foo(object):
def __init__(self):
self.x = 1

def bar(f):
f.x += 1

f = Foo()
bar(freeze(f)) #Raises an exception



compare() takes a function parameter and returns a callable comparator when compared to a value. When called, the comparator returns result of comparing the result of calling the function and the value it was created with.

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