Tuesday 5 October 2021

Clousers in Groovy Scripting groovy training telugu 23

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This chapter covers Groovy Closures. A closure in Groovy is an open,
anonymous, block of code that can take arguments, return a value 
and be assigned to a variable. A closure may reference variables 
declared in its surrounding scope. In opposition to the formal 
definition of a closure, Closure in the Groovy language can also 
contain free variables which are defined outside of its surrounding scope.
While breaking the formal concept of a closure, it offers a variety of 
advantages which are described in this chapter.


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