Since the Scala is a lot similar to other widely used languages syntactically, it is easier to code and learn in Scala. Programs can be written in Scala in any of the widely used text editors like Notepad++, gedit etc. or on any of the text-editors. After writing the program, save the file with the extension or .
For Windows & Linux:
Before installing the Scala on Windows or Linux, you must have or greater installed on your system. Because Scala always runs on or above.
There are two main ways people prefer to work in Scala:
· Using an IDE.
· Using the command line.
Download Scala IDE :
Get Scala is either using Scala through sbt, the Scala build tool, or to use Scala through an IDE.
Down load URL => https://www.scala-lang.org/download/
To check, open the terminal and type:
-version(Make sure you have
version 1.8 or 11.)
Then, install Scala: https://www.scala-lang.org/download/2.11.0.html
Windows : scala-SDK-4.7.0-vfinal-2.12-win32.win32.x86_64
Click on eclipse: