14 results found for scala <%<
What are Scala <:<, =:= and <%< classes for? What are Scala <:<, =:= and <%< classes for? Possible Duplicate: What do <:<, <%<, and =:= mean in Scala
http://stackoverflow.com/question...462/what-are-scala-and-classes-for
noticed this interesting syntax the other day for specifying the type parameters for a Scala class. scala> class X[T, U] defined class X scala> new (Int X
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-syntax-for-specifying-type-params
scala.collection.immutable.TreeSet[Int] = TreeSet(2, 4) // fine, a TreeSet again scala> set.filter(_ % 2 == 0) res1: scala.collection.immutable.Set[Int] = TreeSet(2, 4) // fine scala>
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ntly-when-mapping-to-the-same-type
What do <:<, <%<, and =:= mean in Scala 2.8, and where are they documented? What do <:<, <%<, and =:= mean in Scala 2.8, and where are they
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-2-8-and-where-are-they-documented
switch function and object with scalaz' |> switch function and object with scalaz' |> I can use scalaz |> operator when I want to switch function and
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ch-function-and-object-with-scalaz
<:< operator in scala <:< operator in scala Can anybody provide some details on <:< operator in scala. I think: if(apple <:< fruit) //checks if apple
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2603003/operator-in-scala
such an implicit conversion should be available: scala> val conv = implicitly[Array[Nothing] <%< collection.mutable.ArrayOps[Nothing]] conv:
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-not-work-with-an-array-of-nothing
string "abc" and the output must be "bac". Can you please tell me how I can do it? Thank you in advance. Tags: scala How about something more functional?
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-to-switch-two-letters-in-a-string
scala type programming resources scala type programming resources According to this question , scala's type system is turing complete. What resources
http://stackoverflow.com/question...1/scala-type-programming-resources
Ruminations of a Programmer: Using generalized type constraints - How to remove code with Scala 2.8 Ruminations of a Programmer A programmer's blog -
http://debasishg.blogspot.com/201...eralized-type-constraints-how.html