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Eliminating Parenthesis within custom internal DSL

 
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Hi, I'm trying to write a simple temperature conversion DSL for learning purposes.
Here is my code so far:

Temperature.scala

TemperatureScale.scala

TestTemperature.scala

I think I did pretty ok for a first attempt, but I would like to eliminate the need for the extra parenthesis if possible, so that I could use the DSL like this:

Is that possible? If so, could you guys please point the way?

Cheers
 
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You can avoid paranthesis using this calling notation:



This is also quiet not looking natural. We can improve this further:

Adding another method in class Temperature:



with this method in 'Temperature' class, we can call like this:




- Marimuthu Madasamy
 
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