Scala By Example
by Martin Odersky
Publisher: EPFL 2010
Number of pages: 145
Scala is a concise, elegant, type-safe programming language that integrates object-oriented and functional features. Learn Scala through a series of examples. An excellent step-by-step introduction to many of the Scala features with the help of simple code examples.
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