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#odersky-programming-in-scala-2ed #scala
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You can do anything in a trait definition that you can do in a class definition, and the syntax looks exactly the same, except:
  • a trait cannot have any “class” parameters
  • [behaviour?]
Answer
whereas in classes, super calls are statically bound, in traits, they are dynamically bound.


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You can do anything in a trait definition that you can do in a class definition, and the syntax looks exactly the same, except: a trait cannot have any “class” parameters​whereas in classes, super calls are statically bound, in traits, they are dynamically bound.

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