I know, it's illogical to ask but still, I tried declaring a class as abstract and final and I was able to do that.
Does anyone know why is this possible? I don't see any logical usage of such construct.
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scala> abstract final class Person
defined class Person
scala> class Employee extends Person
<console>:12: error: illegal inheritance from final class Person
class Employee extends Person