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Scala example source code file (languageFeature.scala)

This example Scala source code file (languageFeature.scala) is included in my "Source Code Warehouse" project. The intent of this project is to help you more easily find Scala source code examples by using tags.

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The languageFeature.scala Scala example source code

package scala

import scala.annotation.meta

object languageFeature {

  @meta.languageFeature("extension of type scala.Dynamic", enableRequired = true)
  sealed trait dynamics
  object dynamics extends dynamics

  @meta.languageFeature("postfix operator #", enableRequired = false)
  sealed trait postfixOps
  object postfixOps extends postfixOps

  @meta.languageFeature("reflective access of structural type member #", enableRequired = false)
  sealed trait reflectiveCalls
  object reflectiveCalls extends reflectiveCalls

  @meta.languageFeature("implicit conversion #", enableRequired = false)
  sealed trait implicitConversions
  object implicitConversions extends implicitConversions

  @meta.languageFeature("higher-kinded type", enableRequired = false)
  sealed trait higherKinds
  object higherKinds extends higherKinds

  @meta.languageFeature("#, which cannot be expressed by wildcards, ", enableRequired = false)
  sealed trait existentials
  object existentials extends existentials

  object experimental {
    @meta.languageFeature("macro definition", enableRequired = true)
    sealed trait macros
    object macros extends macros

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