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Kyunam Kim

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(0).to(2) vs 0.to(2) Posted: Dec 27, 2014 12:05 PM
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Hi,

Started a new year's (2015) resolution (digging into Scala) a bit early :-)

What is the difference between (0) & 0 in the followings:
for (i <- 0.to(2))
...
and
for (i <- (0).to(2))
...

Is (0) a Tuple1?

Thanks,
Q


Daniel Barclay

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Re: (0).to(2) vs 0.to(2) Posted: Nov 27, 2016 10:45 AM
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> Hi,
>
> Started a new year's (2015) resolution (digging into
> Scala) a bit early :-)
>
> What is the difference between (0) & 0 in the followings:
> for (i <- 0.to(2))
> ...
> and
> for (i <- (0).to(2))
> ...
>
> Is (0) a Tuple1?


Isn't that "(0)" just a parenthesized expression whose inner expression is "0" (of type Int)?

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