in Scala we cannot have static members. Instead, Scala has singleton objects.
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Scala Classes & Objectscompiled and executed, it produces the following result:
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Point y location : 30
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Scala is more object-oriented than Java because <span>in Scala we cannot have static members. Instead, Scala has singleton objects. A singleton is a class that can have only one instance, i.e., object. You create singleton using the keyword object instead of class keyword. Since you can't instantiate a singleton obje
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