Java's "forEach" to Scala


How can the following be converted to scala? If I live it as it is, I'm getting a big type mismatch expected

.entrySet().forEach(entry -> {..})

I tried specifying entry to java.util.Map.Entry, or changing to scala foreach, doesn't work.

Let me know if you need any more info/code, and I'll create some dummy example since I'm not allowed to post the exact code.

2 Answers: 

check this

Iterating over Java collections in Scala

for each in scala




or{entry => 


import scala.collection.JavaConversions._

for an implicit conversion to scala collections.


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