Published: 7 February 2021
Tags: python, data structures
I'd say the difference between a persistent and normal data structure is that the presistent version always has one additional dimension; time. Does that make sense? If not, Arpit Bhayani's intro should put it into context, and if it still doesn't make sense, then I'm just a poor explainer heh. Although the article is pretty brief, it outlines some of the core concepts and approaches, while linking to other, more comprehensive resources.