I know that Debian comes with an awesome package manager called APT which is capable of installing .deb packages.
I know that RHEL comes with a package manager called Yum and is capable of installing .rpm packages.
But, I have discovered that I can do apt-get install yum and apt-get install rpm. The latter I can presume that it is for installing rpm packages just like I install with dpkg. But what's the use of the former? I have installed it on my machine and from what I've seen I can use both APT and Yum on a Debian system, am I correct?
If I have APT and Yum, can I use features like CentOS Software Collections while keeping packages installed via APT?