No, the const variable doesn’t make the value immutable. But it disallows subsequent assignments(i.e, You can declare with assignment but can’t assign another value later)
const userList = ;
userList.push('John'); // Can mutate even though it can't re-assign
console.log(userList); // ['John']
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