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Created Nov 23, 2018 — forked from milessabin/gist:9042788
Boilerplate free conversion from case classes to shapeless records via LabelledGeneric ... coming soon to shapeless 2.0.0.
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scala> import shapeless._, record._
import shapeless._
import record._
scala> case class Person(name: String, address: String, age: Int)
defined class Person
scala> val joe = Person("Joe", "Brighton", 33)
joe: Person = Person(Joe,Brighton,33)

Scala: Type Families, Sealed Traits, and Exhaustive Pattern Matching

By: Matt Barackman

What is a Type Family?

A collection of objects or case classes that share a sealed trait.

In the example below, the type family would be a collection of traffic light colors with Red, Yellow, and Green as member objects.

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