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Published: Feb 15 2014 / 13:44

I have previously mentioned how functional programming lets you favour intent over step by step instructions, and now it’s time for a practical demonstration. Here are a few examples using some of the more common higher order functions used in functional programming and Scala when working with collections.
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Infernoz replied ago:

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Just how work is available in Scala? not much! /Really/ how maintainable is the code? I have seen moves from Scala back to Java, because Scala is ADD heaven, so unstable and too flexible, so becomes Architecture Astronaut hell, with dire documentation!

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