Scala function

To write a Scala function, you can follow these steps:

  1. Define the function using the def keyword, followed by the function name and any parameters it takes. For example: scala def myFunction(param1: Int, param2: String): String = { // function body }

  2. Specify the return type of the function after the parameter list. In the example above, the function returns a String.

  3. Write the body of the function inside curly braces {}. This is where you define the logic of the function.

Here's an example of a Scala function that calculates the sum of two integers:

def sum(a: Int, b: Int): Int = {
  a + b

In this example, the function is named sum and takes two parameters a and b, both of type Int. The function body simply adds the two parameters together and returns the result as an Int.

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