yet another post about type classes in Scala
The examples provided in this post were written in Scala 2, and are available in this github repository.
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Our second type class example attempted to illustrate one last perk: type safety at compile time. It did so with a simplified example of the cats core library for type safety equality comparison between objects. If you're not familiar with cats, go ahead and give it go.
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