Why do we need App in Scala?

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Can someone explain why do we need App in Scala?
Jul 24 in Apache Spark by Nishant
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Hey,

The app is a helper class that holds the main method. We can have our classes extend App to render executable code:

scala> object Hello extends App{

| println("Hello")

| }

defined object Hello

answered Jul 24 by Gitika
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