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You cannot write " println 10 ", but you can write " Console println 10 ".
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rentheses. The to in this example is actually a method that takes one Int argument. The code 0 to 2 is transformed into the method call (0).to(2).[1] Note that this syntax only works if you explicitly specify the receiver of the method call. <span>You cannot write "println 10", but you can write "Console println 10". Scala doesn't technically have operator overloading, because it doesn't actually have operators in the traditional sense. Instead, characters such as +, -, *, and / can be used in method


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