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Atomic Scala Examples

Atomic Scala Examples

AtomicScala
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September 13, 2013
scala

Code examples for Atomic Scala.

How to get "Atomic Scala Examples" on your computer

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  1. Download the Template Bundle for "Atomic Scala Examples"
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    In your File Explorer, navigate into the directory that the template was extracted to, right-click on the file named "activator.bat", then select "Open", and if prompted with a warning, click to continue:

    Or from a command line:

     C:\Users\typesafe\atomic-scala-examples> activator ui 
    This will start Typesafe Activator and open this template in your browser.

Option 3: Create a atomic-scala-examples project from the command line

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Option 4: View the template source

The creator of this template maintains it at https://github.com/AtomicScala/atomic-scala-examples.

Option 5: Preview the tutorial below

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Atomic Scala



Atomic Scala introduces the foundations of the Scala programming language in very small steps (which we call atoms). The book is designed to simplify learning the language for both beginners and experienced programmers. To get started download the first hundred pages of the book.

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Run the Examples

All of the examples from the book can be found in the examples directory. Select a file to edit it. Run an example from the Activator UI by editing ExampleRunner.scala and putting the file name into the getOrElse part, like:

utils.RunFile(args.headOption.getOrElse("DivZero.scala"))
Then in Run select ExampleRunner from the drop-down menu and click the Start button. Whenever the code changes, the file specified in ExampleRunner.scala will automatically be re-run. If you want to run a different file simply change the file name there and click the Save button.

The examples can also be run from the command line by running the following from the main project directory (omit the ./ on Windows):
./activator "run-main ExampleRunner"
You can also specify the example to run from the command like, like:
./activator "run-main ExampleRunner DivZero.scala"

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