cmdinto the text box to the bottom left of your screen and hit
enter. The command prompot window should then come up. It looks something like this:
java -versionat the prompt. If you have Java installed you should get a response like:
java -d64 -version. You should see output to the one in the previous section.
cdcommand. Ask for help if you get stuck.
sbt.bat. Make sure see output that looks like the following (this will take a little while the first time you do it).
console. It should look something like this:
scala>prompt means that you are ready to test your install. Try the following at the prompt:
downloadbutton will automatically download the Windows installer for Scala version 2.12.
Nextbutton to choose all the installation defaults. Check the box on the license page to accept the license.
scalaat the prompt:
scala>prompt indicates you are in the REPL. For now, just type
:quitat the prompt to exit the REPL.
sbtat the command prompt. You will see something like this:
>is the sbt command prompt.