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When writing complex projects, it’s essential to develop a good code culture. Use of immutable and consistent objects is one of the most important ones. You can neglect this and write complex objects as standard ones, but it will be a source of bugs when the project grows enough. In this article, I’ll show how to make objects immutable and make them eloquently and efficiently. The default way won’t have setters with an object with no setters. The only way to do that is to create a new instance and place new values to the responsible class itself.