Programming Scala

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1. Zero to Sixty: Introducing Scala, A Taste of Concurrency; ShapesDrawingActor.scala (first line of case Exit) and ShapesActorDriver.scala (first line of case Finished)

Both of these lines read println(s"ShapesDrawingDriver: cleaning up...") — if the string is a literal and no interpolation is to be performed, why is it prefixed with "s"?

Martin Greenberg  Jan 04, 2019