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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. In… Read More
Scala Path Dependent Types (PDTs) are an advanced feature of the Scala language that allows users to create types that are dependent on the path… Read More
Type Bounds in Scala are restrictions on type parameter or type variable. By the usage of these type bounds, we can set up limits for… Read More
In this article we shall discuss how the Unified Type System works in Scala. A Unified Type System essentially means that there is one Super-Type… Read More
Scala may be a exceptionally multi-paradigm language that can run anyplace from being distant better than improved Java to a more regrettable Haskell. This implies… Read More
Prerequisite: Introduction to Scala   Before, we start with the process of Installing Scala on our System. We must have first-hand knowledge of What the… Read More
Prerequisite: Introduction to Scala   Before, we start with the process of Installing Scala on our System, we must have first-hand knowledge of What the… Read More
Java is one of the top programming languages and the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) facility makes it easier to develop in it. But there are… Read More
When a parser generator is required, some famous parsers that cross our mind are: Yacc and Bison for parsers written in C and ANTLR for… Read More
A standardized way to override default Accessors and Mutators hasn’t been fixed by Scala, yet users of this programming language use one specific and a… Read More
The need for making everything concise lead Scala to bring up something called as the Placeholder syntax. Scala allows the use of underscores (denoted as… Read More
Scala is a very compatible language and thus can very easily be installed into the Windows and the Unix operating systems both very easily. In… Read More
The Empty values in Scala are represented by Null, null, Nil, Nothing, None, and Unit. The explication of these empty values are as follows: null:… Read More
Console implements functions for displaying the stated values on the terminal i.e, with print, println, and printf we can post to the display. It is… Read More
Regular Expressions explain a common pattern utilized to match a series of input data so, it is helpful in Pattern Matching in numerous programming languages.… Read More

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