Learning a new programming language can be a daunting task, but Scala Succinctly makes it a simple matter. Author Chris Rose guides readers through the basics of Scala, from installation to syntax shorthand, so that they can get up and running quickly.
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Table of Contents
Variables and Values
Expressions and Functions
Arrays and Lists
Other Collection Types
Classes and Objects
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