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Re: Why doesn't Scala have static members inside a class?

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Kevin Wright 2
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Trolling, by jumping onto the mailing list and describing others here as fanboys, is *not* typical behaviour for someone who has come to accept that Java isn't perfect, and who allegedly "quite likes" Scala.

On 5 September 2011 06:57, Numan Salati <numan [dot] salati [at] gmail [dot] com> wrote:
you are making a couple of assumptions which are not correct
  1. i think java is perfect. i dont
  2. i find scala frustrating. i dont. actually i like lot of things about scala. and its fun learning it. 

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