#scala #sequence-comprehension
Every datatype that supports the operations filterWith, map, and flatMap (with the proper types) can be used in sequence comprehensions.
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Sequence Comprehensions - Scala Documentation
, j); foo(20, 32) foreach { case (i, j) => println("(" + i + ", " + j + ")") } } This example shows that comprehensions are not restricted to lists. The previous program uses iterators instead. <span>Every datatype that supports the operations filterWith, map, and flatMap (with the proper types) can be used in sequence comprehensions. Here’s the output of the program: (13, 19) (14, 18) (15, 17) (16, 16) There is also a special form of sequence comprehension which returns Unit. Here the bindings that are created fro