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Re: Where does this method come from? groovy - Michał Mally - 5 hours 31 minutes ago

Hello,      You can find all the methods that are added by Groovy to pure Java classes in DefaultGroovyMethods class. The one you are particulary looking for is: http://groovy.cod...

Re: Where does this method come from? groovy - Guillaume Laforge-4 - 5 hours 37 minutes ago

Hi Rice,Groovy "decorates" the JDK classes with additional methods, thanks to some meta-programming techniques.That's the GDK: the Groovy Development Kit.You can find all the additio...

Re: Where does this method come from? groovy - Dinko Srkoč - 6 hours 15 minutes ago

It comes from DefaultGroovyMethods class: http://groovy.329449.n5.nabble.com/how-do-methods-in-DefaultGroovyMethods-get-applied-tp5711081.htmlhttp://beta.groovy-lang.org/docs/latest/html/api/org/c...

Re: Where does this method come from? groovy - Jim White - 6 hours 17 minutes ago

The Groovy GDK adds a very large number of methods to standard Java classes including Object:http://groovy.codehaus.org/GDK+Extensions+to+ObjectYou can peruse the groovydocs for all of them here:h...

Where does this method come from? groovy - Rice Yeh - 10 hours 6 minutes ago

I find code like belowassert [1, 2, 3].sum() == 6I just wonder where sum() method come from since ArrayList does not have sum method?

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