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The scala.language object controls the language features available to the programmer, as proposed in the [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nlkvpoIRk...

[dynamics `dynamics`][scala.Dynamic `Dynamic`] [postfixOps `postfixOps`] [reflectiveCalls `reflectiveCalls`] [implicitConversions `implicitConversions`] [higherKinds `higherKinds`] [existentials `existentials`] [experimental `experimental`]

    The scala.language object controls the language features available to the programmer, as proposed in the [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nlkvpoIRkx7at1qJEZafJwthZ3GeIklTFhqmXMvTX9Q/edit '''SIP-18 document''']].

    Each of these features has to be explicitly imported into the current scope to become available: {{{ import language.postfixOps // or language._ List(1, 2, 3) reverse }}}

    The language features are: - [[dynamics dynamics]] enables defining calls rewriting using the [[scala.Dynamic Dynamic]] trait - [[postfixOps postfixOps]] enables postfix operators - [[reflectiveCalls reflectiveCalls]] enables using structural types - [[implicitConversions implicitConversions]] enables defining implicit methods and members - [[higherKinds higherKinds]] enables writing higher-kinded types - [[existentials existentials]] enables writing existential types - [[experimental experimental]] contains newer features that have not yet been tested in production

    and, for dotty:

    • [[Scala2 Scala2] backwards compatibility mode for Scala2
    • [[noAtoTupling noAutoTupling]] disable auto-tupling
    • [[strictEquality strictEquality]] enable strick equality