How to pass variadic arguments while adding another one in Scala?

Consider such methods:

def clearlnOut(coll : Any*)
  clearOut(coll:_*,"\n") // error
def clearOut(coll : Any*)

The compiler says:

error: no `: _*' annotation allowed here (such annotations are only allowed in arguments to *-parameters)

Now I am puzzled. It is clear case of using variadic arguments, so how to pass such augmented "collection" properly?


Try this:

def clearlnOut(coll : Any*) {
  clearOut(coll ++ "\n")

UPDATE: much better version suggested by @Rex Kerr (see comment below):

def clearlnOut(coll : Any*) {
  clearOut((coll :+ "\n"): _*)

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