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In which scenarios would someone use both Scala and Java in the same project?

 
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One can use both Scala and Java in the same project. In which scenario would one use both Scala and Java in the same project? Thanks
 
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The Play! Framework has both a Java version and a Scala version.
I worked on a project that used the Java version, but for the user interface the templates were written in Scala.  Can't remember if that was because that's just how Play worked.
 
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