Table 2-4. Reserved words
Makes a declaration abstract. Unlike Java, the keyword is usually not required for abstract members.
Start a case clause in a match expression.
Start a clause for catching thrown exceptions.
Start a class declaration.
Start a method declaration.
Indicates that the class or trait that follows is the parent type of the class or trait being declared.
Applied to a class or trait to prohibit deriving child types from it. Applied to a member to prohibit overriding it in a derived class or trait.
Start a clause that is executed after the
Used in existential type declarations to constrain the allowed concrete types that can be used.
Marks a method as eligible to be used as an implicit ...