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java.lang.Iterable[_] to a Scala.Iterable[_] ? Tags: scala Yes use implicit conversions: import java.lang.{Iterable => JavaItb} import java.util.{Iterator => JavaItr}
A1): B = new B(a.n, a.n) implicit def bToC[B1 <% B](b: B1): C = new C(b.m, b.n, b.m + b.n) // Scala does this println(bToC(5)(x => aToB(x)(y =>
Scala library: In ths case (Input =>
= value1 match { case v if v == value2 => true case _ => false } Tags: scala pattern-matching possible
scala> f1 res38: (Int) => Int = <function1> scala> f2 res39: (Int) => Int = <function1> scala> f3 res40: (Int) => Int = <function1> Tags: scala You should
workmate has done the following path for his own personal projects (quite a geek the guy): C# => Scala for .net => Play with Scala. He's quite happy about
were baffled by this choice of symbol. That's the primary reason why Scala chose => AFAIRC. It seems the C# guys went through the same reasoning. Well,
10) error: missing parameter type for expanded function ((x$1) => x$1._1) (0 until 10) ? Tags: scala Possible duplicate:
What does a single apostrophe mean in Scala? What does a single apostrophe mean in Scala? In this slide show on ScalaActors.pdf what does the single
not compile: m.foreach { (key, value) => // do stuff with key and value } Tags: scala closures destructuring You're not destructuring a `Map.Entry`. You