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Is It Possible to Perform an In-Place Replacement of Bytes in a Cell Without Creating a New One?

Hi there guys, how can I make an in place replacement of the bytes in a cell? For example, if I have a cell like, begin_cell().store_uint(val, 8).end_cell(), is it possible to change the cell?

Like to change those 8 bytes for another one, without creating a new cell, like an inplace replacement. Is it possible at all? Maybe with in a slice.

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Unfortunately, the answer is no.

Because the cells are immutable, and partially because you can cheaply calculate the cell hash.

Posted 10 months ago
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