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Functional Object in Scala

August 24, 2012

Functional objects are objects that do not have any mutable state.Along the way, this blog on functional  object will  show you more aspects of object-oriented programming in Scala: class parameters and constructors, methods and operators, private members, overriding, checking preconditions, overloading, and self references.

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  1. Kevin Wright permalink

    Slide 5 should read “partially applied function”. A partial function is a different beast entirely!

    • Thanks Kelvin for reading my post. Through my slides I just wast to elaborate little bit more for Functional programming. I want to make difference between currying and functional object.

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