Yes, in scala there is a guard condition where you don't need to give curly braces and you can apply if condition without using curly braces. You can see the code below with the output.
You can use two level loops using the ...READ MORE
You can follow this code:
scala> var s=Set(1,4,4,3)
s: ...READ MORE
Here is an example you can follow:
scala> ...READ MORE
val coder: (Int => String) = v ...READ MORE
Instead of spliting on '\n'. You should ...READ MORE
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org.apache.hadoop.mapred is the Old API
org.apache.hadoop.mapreduce is the ...READ MORE
You can create one directory in HDFS ...READ MORE
You can see this example to see ...READ MORE
You can use for loop in scala using ...READ MORE
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