Scala Style Guide
Publisher: Scala Community 2011
Number of pages: 45
This document is intended to outline some basic Scala stylistic guidelines which should be followed with more or less fervency. Wherever possible, this guide attempts to detail why a particular style is encouraged and how it relates to other alternatives.
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