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Ever wondered how you could process Scala's case classes and sealed traits in a generic way without relying on runtime reflection? Traditionally, generic programs have been written with the help of reflection APIs. However, since reflection is usually done in runtime, it sacrifices type-safety, and introduces unnecessary lookups. Could there be a way to create generic solutions in Scala without sacrificing type-safety or efficiency? 

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