As a brief note, if you ever need to use the Flutter CupertinoDatePicker — a spinning wheel chooser — in “time-picker/time-chooser” mode, I can confirm that this example works:
Note: This is an excerpt from the Scala Cookbook (partially re-worded and re-formatted for the internet). This is Recipe 10.3, How to choose a Scala collection method to solve a problem.Back to top
There are a large number of methods available to Scala collections, and you need to choose a method to solve a problem.Back to top
The Scala collection classes provide a wealth of methods that can be used to manipulate data. Most methods take either a function or a predicate as an argument. (A predicate is just a function that returns a Boolean.)Back to top
This is an excerpt from the Scala Cookbook (partially re-worded for the internet). This is Recipe 10.2.
Scala FAQ: How do I choose a Scala collection class to solve a particular problem?
To being with, there are three main categories of collection classes to choose from: