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Chapter 27, “Objects As Modules,” shows how Scala’s objects are rich enough to remove the need for a separate modules system. • Chapter 28, “Object Equality,” points out several issues to consider when writing an equals method. There are several pitfalls to avoid. • Chapter 29, “Combining Scala and Java,” discusses issues that arise when combining Scala and Java together in the same project, and suggests ways to deal with them. • Chapter 30, “Actors and Concurrency,” shows you how to use Scala’s actors concurrency library.
They would just write out the loops and live with the increased complexity in their code. On the other hand, function literals in Scala are really lightweight, so they are used frequently. As you get to know Scala better you’ll find more and more opportunities to define and use your own control abstractions. You’ll find that this helps avoid code duplication and thus keeps your programs shorter and clearer. Scala is statically typed A static type system classifies variables and expressions according to the kinds of values they hold and compute.
Scala’s implicit parameters were motivated by Haskell’s type classes; they achieve analogous results in a more classical object-oriented setting. Scala’s actor-based concurrency library was heavily inspired by Erlang. Scala is not the first language to emphasize scalability and extensibility. ) The specific idea of treating an infix operator as a function can be traced back to Iswim and Smalltalk. Another important idea is to permit a function literal (or block) as a parameter, which enables libraries to define control structures.