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Scala's primary platform is the Java virtual machine, and some of the interest in Scala comes from Java programmers' interest in features such as type inference, comprehensions and lambdas, with which C# 3 programmers are already familiar. So what's left that might be of interest specifically to C# programmers?
ted at the JVM and CLR, neither of which support Multiple Implementation Inheritance. Just because it can't be instantiated, doesn't mean it's not a type. This "Kludge", as you call it, is far ahead of Java, which doesn't allow you to