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Some Questions Related to Scala

I was given a presentation on programming language Scala. Here are some questions,I am confusing about Scala:

1. Scala is a extension of java ?
Scala is extension of Java. Both are JVM based languages. Java is compiled by using javac and scala is compiled by using scalac. You can call java from scala and scala from java. One of its basic similarity is both are object oriented languages. But scala is advance and it also a functional programming language.

2. What is the meaning of res eg : re0, res1 etc ?

If you do calculations in scala interpreter it shows the result by showing

scala > 3+4

res0 : Int = 7 (which means it displays result of adding two numbers of type Int).

res1 : Int = 5 (which is the second result and gives output:5).
3. Make a program in scala ?

object Addint{

def main(args:Array[String])

{ println(“value is :” + addint(10+10) ) ;


def addint(a:Int,b:Int) : Int {

var sum : Int =0


return sum

Output – value is : 20

4. Why the name of class and object is same in scala ?

I still haven’t find the solution of that question if any one find please tell me.

5. Practical implementation of various public classes in scala ?

I am not use classes in scala. When I work on classes I will updated later

Thank You 🙂

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