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Scala: 2D range class

I am wondering if there is a way to emulate the range class in Scala:
scala> class Range[A,B]
defined class Range


However, when I try to use it as:
scala> def range(x:A):Range[A,A] = Range(x,x)
range: (x: A)Range[A,A]

I get:

found :
(which expands to) :
def range(x:A):Range[A,A] = Range(x,x)

Is there a way to make the compiler happy? (I can resort to something like:
scala> val x = 5
x: Int = 5

scala> class Range[A,B](val x:A, val y:B) {
| def equal(other: Any) = (x == other) && (y == other)
| }
defined class Range

but this looks ugly to me and shouldn’t require any casting or reflection)


The is seen because Int is a subclass of Any, and Scala makes sure the bounds must extend Any, even for your own type definitions.
You could define your own range class, like this:
class Range[A, B](val start:A, val end:B) {
def equal(other: Any): Boolean = (start == other) && (end == other)

And use it as such:
val range:Range[Int,Int]

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A blood-pressure medication that lowers heart-attack risk by a third or more, is being sold on the market without a prescription.

An undercover CBC Marketplace investigation has discovered that a product called “Alphalin” is being sold without a prescription.

Alphalin is a combination drug that lowers blood pressure and reduces risk of heart attack, stroke and peripheral-artery disease.

Patient records are missing

This drug is sold without a prescription or a health card. The only way to get it is by talking to a pharmacist.

The drug is sold in 24 different dosage strengths, and while the drug’s maker claims it is a “new and patent-protected drug,” the Canada and U.S. Food and Drug Administration say it has been available since 1996.

It’s not called a generic, and is marketed in Canada by the same companies that market other commonly used drugs like Cymbalta and Avandia.

Dr. Jim Beaudoin, a cardiologist at Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital and the university’s department of preventive medicine, says the drug should be sold with a prescription.

“I don’t know how people got the impression that it’s a new drug that’s been approved,” Beaudoin told Marketplace.

“It’s an old drug. It’s been around for many years, and yet it’s being sold without a prescription. How can that be? You can’t get a drug without a prescription.”

The drug’s maker, Mylan Inc., says it is approved to lower the risk of heart attack, stroke and peripheral-artery disease.

Marketed without a prescription

Patients can seek the drug from pharmacies, long-term care centres and the internet.

The price for the lowest strength of the drug is $13.50. For example, the 24mg tablet costs $8.25, and a 60-day supply for a person weighing 140 pounds would cost $264.

In the U.S., the drug is marketed only by an Indianapolis firm called Sun Pharmaceuticals Industries. The drug, like Alphalin, is sold without a prescription.

Marketplace tracked down the same firm’s CEO

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