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lutzhank (61) [Avatar] Offline
#1
MEAP 11/02/2010

1) Better not use deprecated method in popular place (in mid text)

third paragraph orig text:
"To delete an
element from a List you could use the - method, but itÂ’s deprecated. A better way would be to use the
filterNot method,..."

I would prefer to read here (in main space of page) your suggested way to do it and maybe the deprecated use in a footnote which would result in:
"To delete an
element from a List you could use the filterNot method,..."

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moved point 2 to errors and corrections thread.
Message was edited by: lutzhank
zszugyi (14) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: page 34 - version 11/15/2010
Chapter 2.4 name:
How about using "conditional statements" instead of "ifs"?
zszugyi (14) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: page 34 - version 11/15/2010
I'm wondering it the second part of the following statement is true? If so it could probably have a few examples.

"The interesting part about Scala is that every statement is an
expression, and its value is determined by the last expression within the statement".