What do you understand by an implicit parameter in Scala ?

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Posted On: Mar 30, 2020

 

Implicit parameters in Scala are used when we want to invoke a function without passing all the parameters. The default values of all the parameters or the parameters which we want to use are set as implicit. When implicit parameters are not used the local value of that parameter is used. An implicit keyword needs to be used if you want to make value, function parameter, or a variable as an implicit parameter. Once the value becomes implicit, we need not pass all the parameters to invoke a particular function.

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