Scala

Scala

Scala stands for Scalable language and is a combination of object-oriented and functional programming and thereby a high-level and multi-paradigm language. It was designed by Martin Odersky, professor at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland and was published in 2004. Scala's avoids bugs in various complex applications with the help of its static types. It does not support any type of primitive data and deals only with objects. Scala integrates with JVM and JavaScript runtimes which allow developers to build high-performance systems. Scala also gives easy access to huge ecosystems of libraries. The high scalability of Scala has attracted popular companies like Apple, Twitter, Walmart, and Google.

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