In Scala 2 there is no straightforward way to represent a double-quote character
" in a quoted interpolation (except in triple-quote interpolation). A
\ character can't be used for that because interpolators themselves decide how to handle escaping, so the parser doesn't know whether the
" character should be escaped or used as a terminator.
In Scala 3, we can use the
$ meta character of interpolations to escape a
" character. Example:
val inventor = "Thomas Edison" val interpolation = s"as $inventor said: $"The three great essentials to achieve anything worth while are: Hard work, Stick-to-itiveness, and Common sense.$""