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Hey all, I'm not sure where to post this but I hope it's ok to throw it in here. I'm currently learning Scala and I come from more of a Java, C++, Python background. I wrote some code just to sort of figure some stuff out and experiment a bit. I'd love some some feedback, particularly regarding technique and convention and whatnot. The following code will run. I'm doing some simple lazy evaluation of primes. Thanks again.

import scala.collection.mutable.MutableList
import scala.collection.Iterable
import{StdIn => input}

object Main {
  def main(args: Array[String]): Unit = {
    var primeList = MutableList[Int]()
    var primeFinder = Iterator.from(2)
    nPrimes(primeFinder, primeList)
  def oneAtATime(primeFinder: Iterator[Int], primeList: MutableList[Int]): Unit = {
    println("We are lazily finding all the primes!")
    do {
      println("So far, we have: " + primeList.mkString("[",",","]"))
      println("Continue?(press n to quit): ")          
    } while (input.readLine().toLowerCase() != "n")    
  def nPrimes(primeFinder: Iterator[Int], primeList: MutableList[Int]): Unit = {
    println("How many primes would you like to find? ")
    val totalPrimes = input.readInt()
    for( i <- 1 to totalPrimes) nextPrime(primeFinder, primeList)
    println("First "+totalPrimes+" primes: " + primeList.mkString("[",",","]"))
  def nextPrime(primeFinder: Iterator[Int], primeList: MutableList[Int]): Unit = {
    var isPrime = (n: Int, primes: Iterable[Int]) => (primes.takeWhile(p => p*p <= n).forall(n % _ != 0))
    var primeVal =
    while (!isPrime(primeVal,primeList)) primeVal =    
    primeList += primeVal      

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