Another video about the Meyvn polyglot REPL environment. This time we look at a real-world code example, BrickSort, with two reference implementations courtesy of the open source library *The Algorithms*. In the Java version, a static method called OddEvenSort is provided by the class Bricksort, which makes the interop at the REPL straightforward. In the Kotlin version, however, only a top-level function is provided (outside of any class). How are we going to interop with it at the REPL? Watch to know more.
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