Couldn't you just replace every use of an implicit with an explicit?

Best, Oliver
There are things that can't be accomplished in a statically type checked
language like doing a filter on a set and you get a set back, you do a
filter on a list and you get a list back. This does not work in Java8 as in
Scala and in no other staticaly typed language I know of (if list and set
have the same super class). Other than that you are on the safe side with
code readability and compile times when you stick to explicit converters or
wrappers whenever possible.

-- Haddock

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