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Incrementing the for loop (loop variable) in scala by power of 5  RSS feed

 
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I have this particular requirement where the increment in the loop variable is to be done by multiplying it with 5 after each iteration. In Java we could implement it this way

In scala I was trying the following code-

But its printing the following output:
1 1
6 2
11 3
16 4
21 5
26 6
31 7
36 8
....
....

Its incrementing by 5 always. So how do I got about actually multiplying the increment by 5 instead of adding it.
 
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Posted on Stackoverflow as well: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4194075/incrementing-the-for-loop-loop-variable-in-scala-by-power-of-5
 
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The query has been answered on Stackoverflow. Link provided in the previous post.
 
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