How I discovered the DummyImplicit (in Scala)

def foo(ls: List[String]): Unit = ???
def foo(ls: List[Int]): Unit = ???
def foo(s: String): Unit = ???
def foo(j: Int): Unit = ???

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Antoine Doeraene

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Mathematician, Scala enthusiast, father of two.

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