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Published on December 15, 2017 by ProgrammingKnowledge

In this video we will learn how to use closures in Scala.
A closure is a function which uses one or more variables declared outside this function.
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ProgrammingKnowledge
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ProgrammingKnowledge
3 months 13 days ago
Robert Rush
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Robert Rush
3 months 28 days ago

excellent example and breakdown of the topic.

Gaurav Gaur
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Gaurav Gaur
3 months 24 days ago

I agree with you that the tutorial is good, however, this is the first time I have seen someone using semicolon in Scala, possibly he is writing java style Scala and not exactly functional Scala.

Chidambara Raja Palani Swamy
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Chidambara Raja Palani Swamy
3 months 29 days ago

nice explanation

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