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# Scala

### Case Class

TermDefinition
1. abstract class Term 2. case class Var(name: String) extends Term 3. case class Fun(arg: String, body: Term) extends Term 4. case class App(f: Term, v: Term) extends Term Case Classes. Scala suporta a noção de Case Class. Case Class são classes regulares que exportam os seus parâmetros do construtor e que fornecem um mecanismo de decomposição recursiva via pattern matching.
1. Fun("x", Fun("y", App(Var("x"), Var("y")))) Esta hierarquia de classe pode ser usada para representar untyped lambda calculus. Para facilitar a construção de instâncias de case class, Scala não exige que o new primitivo seja usado. Pode-se simplesmente usar o nome da classe como uma função.
1. val x = Var("x") 2. println(x.name) Os parâmetros do construtor das case class são tratados como valores públicos e podem ser acessados ​​diretamente.
1. val x1 = Var("x") 2. val x2 = Var("x") 3. val y1 = Var("y") 4. println("" + x1 + " == " + x2 + " => " + (x1 == x2)) 5. println("" + x1 + " == " + y1 + " => " + (x1 == y1)) Para cada case class o compilador Scala gera um método equals que implementa a igualdade estrutural e um método toString iguais.
1. Var(x) == Var(x) => true 2. Var(x) == Var(y) => false Imprimirá
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