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Hussein Baghdadi
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Hi.
How can I learn Groovy (the syntax, data structures ....) ?
Groovy website is not a great help.
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Purchase Groovy in Action.


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Krishna Srinivasan
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This article will help you:
http://www.javabeat.net/groovy/2007/06/groovy-introduction-scripting-language/


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Josh Brown
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I'd argue that the website is a good way to learn. Perhaps it's been updated since you made the post. Check out the Beginners Tutorial. The User Guide also has a lot of useful information. It'll save you a few bucks if you haven't already bought a book.
[ October 16, 2007: Message edited by: Josh Brown ]

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Dan Gordon
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A good book to read if your trying to get the hang of Groovy is "Groovy Programming: An introduction for Java Developers" by Ken Barclay and John Savage - they taught me how to use Groovy and I've found it a good book.
 
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