How to Run a Command in Scala

Scala is a scalable language. The name “Scala” is derived from the expression “Scalable Language.” It was developed by Martin Odersky in the early 2000s in an attempt to create a language that could scale to fit different use cases and grow with you as a developer or company.

Commands from Scala Shell

This video shows how to run expression, after installing it on Java, and JDK in Ubuntu operating system.

Here, as I did, you can type expressions and see the result. This looks at how Python works. My specialty is; that it works on functional programming. That means you can use functions. So, your coding work gets reduced. Here’s a Video.

How to Run a Script in Scala

  1. Set Classpath
  2. Use vi or vim to create a script
  3. Run the script

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