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As early as 1999, Martin Odersky had begun to envision a programming language that merged functional programming with object-oriented programming, but he didn't want all the restrictions of Java, the language he had done much of his work with. What eventually emerged in 2003 was not an extension of Java, but a language that was completely interoperable with it.

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