Print the following text and nothing else:
<html> <body> <p>HTML is kinda annoying</p> </body> </html> I'm happy I'm not a web developer.
The catch? Your code must fit the template:
? can be any group of characters. You can paste your completed code (with the
print(<>) part) into this Scastie to test it. When posting an answer, please mark it as a spoiler.
Here is the sbt configuration:
scalaVersion := "2.13.6" addCompilerPlugin("org.typelevel" %% "kind-projector" % "0.13.0" cross CrossVersion.full) scalacOptions ++= Seq( "-language:higherKinds", "-Ydelambdafy:inline", "-deprecation", "-encoding", "UTF-8", "-feature", "-unchecked", "-language:postfixOps" ) libraryDependencies ++= Seq( "org.scala-lang.modules" %% "scala-xml" % "2.0.0", "org.scastie" %% "runtime-scala" % "1.0.0-SNAPSHOT" )
Beware, while the configuration provides one hint, some of these are red herrings.
This is the md5 hash of my solution:
5aa91599e4a8e194b5097b36bdb3dabf. N.B. it looks like the hash didn't work well with newlines and certain other characters - it may have skipped over them entirely.
Types are involved near the end, at least in the solution I had.
>is a single token that isn't part of the XML, and it's not a method or field.
hyper-neutrino and pxeger found answers, but they use workarounds that I didn't intend to be used and should have thought of while writing the question.
I'll award a 500 rep bounty to another answer, provided they meet certain criteria. This is the solution.