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A Brief History of Scala

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Andy Dent

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Re: Advantages of mathematics Posted: Jun 18, 2006 1:28 AM
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>In Fortran, you can specify what index values you want the array to start and end with.
> IIRC, this is also true of Pascal arrays.

Pascal arrays allowed you to index by an enumeration type, beyond just specifying a start and end.

James Watson

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Questions about Scala and the core libraries Posted: Jun 23, 2006 11:18 AM
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Proably no one is looking at this thread anymore but...

I am really trying to get my head around Scala and I'm running into a few questions for which I cannot find answers. Where is a good place to query the Scala community?

Thanks,

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