rev 55117 : 8223350: [lworld] Use inline classes instead of value classes

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  23 
  24 public final inline class Line {
  25     public Point p1;
  26     public Point p2;
  27     Line () {
  28         this.p1 = Point.makePoint(0, 0);
  29         this.p2 = Point.makePoint(0, 0);
  30     }
  31 
  32     public Point p1() {
  33         return p1;
  34     }
  35 
  36     public Point p2() {
  37         return p2;
  38     }
  39 
  40     public static Line makeLine(int x1, int y1, int x2, int y2) {
  41         return makeLine(Point.makePoint(x1, y1), Point.makePoint(x2, y2));
  42     }
  43 
  44     public static Line makeLine(Point p1, Point p2) {
  45         Line l = Line.default;
  46 
  47         l = __WithField(l.p1, p1);
  48         l = __WithField(l.p2, p2);
  49         return l;
  50     }
  51 }
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