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Scala noob here, any comments if this is a valid solution
scala
def abs(x:Int):Int = {
if(x<0)
x * -1
else
x
}
def f(arr:List[Int]):List[Int] = {
arr.map(x=> abs(x)).toList
}

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Scala noob here, any comments if this is a valid solution

`scala def abs(x:Int):Int = { if(x<0) x * -1 else x } def f(arr:List[Int]):List[Int] = { arr.map(x=> abs(x)).toList`

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Instead of to declare abs function, you can use Math.abs, and also the .toList is not necessary because the map function returns in this case a List

Here is my solution

arr.map(Math.abs(_))

even better with arr.map(math.abs)

How about arr.map(_.abs)?

I think this is a good solution.

def f(arr:List[Int]):List[Int] = for(i <- arr) yield(i.abs)

My favorite :D Although my first answer was with "if (x<0) ..."

i tried this but didnt work for me