One of the first things that impressed me with Scala was the Scala Collections. It's flexible and has a wide range of operations that makes it easy to work with different types of data.
So to get more familiar with Scala Collections API, I've started this mini series. Here I'll explore what the Scala Collections are capable of, by solving different problems.
In this first part, I'll give a quick overview of how the collection hierarchy is put together.
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