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<a><b>{theText}</b></a> => println(theText) case _ => } This is the sort of example I find everywhere on the net and in both of my Scala books. But what if I want to match
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ml-pattern-matching-and-attributes
scala.actors.Futures : vals.foreach(t => scala.actors.Futures.future(f(t))) I had some issues using scala.actors.Futures in Scala 2.8 (it was buggy when I checked).
http://stackoverflow.com/question...53/concurrent-map-foreach-in-scala
What does this piece of code mean in scala? What does this piece of code mean in scala? def func(arg: String => Int): Unit = { // body of function }
http://stackoverflow.com/question...s-this-piece-of-code-mean-in-scala
foo(x: Int): Boolean = { case x > 1 => true case x < 1 => false } Tags: scala pattern-matching Since the case of x == 1 is missing in your example, I
http://stackoverflow.com/question...tching-with-conditional-statements
package scala_java object MyScala { def setFunc(func: Int => String) { func(10) } } Now in Java, I would have liked to use MyScala as: package scala_java;
http://stackoverflow.com/question...va-passing-functions-as-parameters
or value end Scala equivalent: someMap.foreach( entry => { val (key,value) = entry // do something with key or value }) Having to add the extra val
http://stackoverflow.com/question...scala-equivalent-of-rubys-map-each
simple construction look like in Scala? Thank you. Tags: scala task A note on stackoverflow use. If you feel this answer to be correct (and, well, it is),
http://stackoverflow.com/question...lent-of-nets-task-factory-startnew
scala self-type: member of type parameter error scala self-type: member of type parameter error This is a followup to this question . Why does this
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ype-member-of-type-parameter-error
scala type inference with _ place holder scala type inference with _ place holder List("This","is","Scala").foreach(a => print(a+" ")) compiles fine,
http://stackoverflow.com/question...a-type-inference-with-place-holder
isEmpty = ... Class B{ def isEmpty = ... } } Tags: scala Try this: class A { outer => def isEmpty = ... class B { def isEmpty = outer.isEmpty } }
http://stackoverflow.com/question...41608/access-method-of-class-above