Scala offers an ability to enter multi-line strings literals
Scala offers a method called stripMargin that removes the left-hand part of a multiline string up to a specified delimiter (default: "|"). Here is an example:
Entering Multi-line strings
Enter triple quots to envoke StripMargin method. You can enter multi-line strings.
It also preseves white space. Please see the following example:
You can choose different intention options for Scala multi-line strings. Place your cursor on the string and press [span:class=shortcut}Alt+ Enter.
For example, if you select Convert to "String" option, you will see the following result:
The multi-line string is converted to the one-line string.
You can set a different format for multi-line strings options such as Margin char indent or Margin Char. You can also disable a multi-line strings support.