Scala is a programming language that combines object-oriented and functional programming paradigms. It was designed to address the drawbacks of Java. The primary use of Scala is to build data-intensive, distributed, and scalable software applications.
This tutorial educates absolute novices on Scala's basic to advanced concepts with appropriate examples.
Scala Basic -> Scala Introduction Scala Basic -> Features of Scala Scala Basic -> Scala Hierarchy Scala Basic -> Scala Basic Data Types Scala Basic -> Scala Variables Scala Basic -> Scala Array Scala Basic -> Scala List and Map Scala Basic -> Scala Conditional Expressions Scala Basic -> Loops in Scala Scala Basic -> Declaring Functions in scala Scala Basic -> Call by Value and Call by Name Parameters Scala Basic -> Classes and Object Scala Basic -> Singleton Objects Scala Basic -> Companion Object Scala Basic -> Unit in Scala Scala Basic -> Option in Scala Scala Basic -> Traits Scala Basic -> Case Classes Scala Basic -> Pattern Matching
Scala Program to Check a Leap Year Scala Program to Check if n/2 Pairs are Possible from an Array of n Numbers Where the Sum of Two Numbers is Odd Scala Program to Check Palindrome Scala Program to Check Whether a Number is Even or Odd Scala Program to Check Whether an Alphabet is Vowel or Consonant Scala Program to Compute Quotient and Remainder Scala Program to Create a Square of the Maximum Side, Given two Planks of Wood with Size as Integer Numbers Scala Program to Display Fibonacci Series Scala Program to Find GCD of Two Numbers Scala Program to Find the ASCII Value of a Character Scala Program to Find the Largest Among Three Numbers Scala Program to Print Hello World Scala Program to Remove Duplicate Elements from a List Scala Program to Reverse Words in the String and Capitalize the First Word Scala Program to Swap Two Numbers