Methods in Scala are not values, but functions are.
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tpolecatto when people get confused on #scala, but it turns out that there are a lot of cases to consider. It would be nice if this could just be the last word on methods vs. functions in Scala, so if I missed anything please let me know.
TL;DR ... <span>Methods in Scala are not values, but functions are. You can construct a function that delegates to a method via η-expansion (triggered by the trailing underscore thingy).
The definition I will be using here is that a method is something
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