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Scala is a potent general-purpose programming language with structured query data types that supports both operational and object-oriented programming. Many of Scala’s design decisions are… Read More
For this definition, duplicate code refers to a sequence of source code that appears more than once in a program, whether inside the same program… Read More
Scala Case classes come shipped in with many handy methods. The Scala compiler generates boilerplate code when a case class is defined. This does away… Read More
Data scientists and machine learning engineers are often unaware that the majority of the data they get is often in CSV or, at times, JSON… Read More
Scala is a multi-paradigm, general-purpose, high-level programming language. It is an object-oriented programming language that also supports functional programming and it is easy to use.… Read More
IntelliJ IDEA is an intelligent, context-aware, and easy-to-use IDE for working with Java and other JVM languages like Kotlin, Scala, Groovy, etc on almost all… Read More
Apache Spark is a lightning-fast unified analytics engine used for cluster computing for large data sets like BigData and Hadoop with the aim to run… Read More
 Groovy : Groovy is an object-oriented high-level programming language that is Java syntax compatible. It is used as both programming language and scripting language for… Read More
Scala is a general-purpose, high-level, multi-paradigm programming language. It is a pure object-oriented programming language that also provides support to the functional programming approach. Scala… Read More
In the modern world, we are dealing with huge datasets every day. Data is growing even faster than processing speeds. To perform computations on such… Read More
In this project, we will build a simple Bank Management System using Scala which will perform the following task: 1) Show the existing details of… Read More
Traits are similar to Java’s interfaces. Classes and objects can extend traits, but traits cannot be instantiated and hence have no parameters. It also supports… Read More
Some of the basic Scala constructs are expressions, blocks, classes, objects, functions, methods, traits, Main methods, fields, and closures. 1. Scala Expression: A computable statement… Read More
Contra-Variance is exactly the opposite of covariance. Contra-Variance creates a similar subtyping relation between class and type parameter. So, contra-variance states that if there are… Read More
Variance is the interconnection of Sub-Typing relationships which are either of complicated types or of their constituent types. Scala provides three types of variance: Covariant… Read More

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