In the Scala Language Specification (the version dated May 24 2011), in section 12.1 "Root Classes", the paragraph explaining how isInstanceOf works when given a type that is a type member of some outer class ends with the following half-sentence: "In other words, an isInstanceOf test does not check for the"
Then it breaks off, and the next paragraph begins. What does an isInstanceOf test not check for? I'd like to find out, because this is a fairly subtle point of the language and I actually can't tell what the rest of the sentence was intended to say. =)
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