Scala BitSet dropRight() method with example

Scala Bitsets are sets of non-negative integers which are represented as variable-size arrays of bits packed into 64-bit words. The drop() method is utilised to select all elements except n items.

Method Definition: def drop()

Return Type: It returns a iterable collection except the n items

Example #1:

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// Scala program of drop() 
// method 
import scala.collection.immutable.BitSet 
  
// Creating object 
object GfG 
  
    // Main method 
    def main(args:Array[String]) 
    
      
        // Creating BitSet 
        val s1 = BitSet(1, 2, 3, 4, 5
          
        // Applying dropRight method 
        val s2 = s1.dropRight(2)  
          
        // Displays output 
        for(elem <- s2
        println(elem) 
      
    

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Output:

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Example #2:

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// Scala program of drop() 
// method 
import scala.collection.immutable.BitSet 
  
// Creating object 
object GfG 
  
    // Main method 
    def main(args:Array[String]) 
    
      
        // Creating BitSet 
        val s1 = BitSet(1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 4, 5
          
        // Applying dropRight method 
        val s2 = s1.dropRight(3)  
          
        // Displays output 
        for(elem <- s2
        println(elem) 
      
    

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Output:

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