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lutzhank (61) [Avatar] Offline
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MEAP 11/02/2010 page 68 second paragraph second line:
"...I want you to think differently about them" (them = traits)

In what kind do you invite the reader to think differently about traits?
nraychaudhuri (19) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: In what kind thinking differently about traits?
Here by differently I mean that trait could be treated as an interface and abstract class. Since most of my readers will be from Java background I don't want them to treat trait as a interface or abstract class. Checkout the callout on that page that explains how traits are represented at JVM level. Hope it helps