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Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
I am writing a document containing a sort of cookbook, or quick reference, on how to do basic things in Groovy (no Grails) primarily intended for people that want to get started with Groovy.
The document can be downloaded at the link (Mark provided so it isn't blatant advertising anymore)
I would appreciate feedback, suggestions, corrections etc.
Best wishes!
Mark Spritzler
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The post is in another language.

Here is the direct link to the file. I am going to edit out the link to that other forum.

http://www.javaforum.se/jforum/posts/downloadAttach/66.page;jsessionid=8CFEBBA54586F179A039AE93FB58A9EA

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Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
Oh, sorry about that.
First of all, I did not intend it as blatant advertising. I just wanted to share what I've done and hopefully receive some feedback that could help me learn - there is a limit to what one pair of eyes (at least my eyes) can see. This document is, and will remain, free - licensed under a Createive Commons license.
Second, I linked to that other forum post since JavaRanch is more restrictive about the size of attachments.
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The Latest File
Raghavan Muthu
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Thats great. Thank you very much Ivan Krizsan for your efforts and sharing the doc.

I am sure it would be helpful for the people who would like to start off.

Shall surely go through and post the suggestions and clarifications if any


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Vyas Sanzgiri
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Excellent compilation. Hopefully you will have one for Grails as well :-)


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Kenneth A. Kousen
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Ivan Krizsan wrote:Hi!
I am writing a document containing a sort of cookbook, or quick reference, on how to do basic things in Groovy (no Grails) primarily intended for people that want to get started with Groovy.
The document can be downloaded at the link (Mark provided so it isn't blatant advertising anymore)
I would appreciate feedback, suggestions, corrections etc.
Best wishes!


I was unable to follow your link, but I want to let you know about the PLEAC Groovy page, http://pleac.sourceforge.net/pleac_groovy/ . It's a bit dated, but it does illustrate how to solve a variety of problems using Groovy. It's a great reference, especially for a relative newbie.
Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
Kenneth A. Kousen wrote:I was unable to follow your link, but I want to let you know about the PLEAC Groovy page, http://pleac.sourceforge.net/pleac_groovy/ . It's a bit dated, but it does illustrate how to solve a variety of problems using Groovy. It's a great reference, especially for a relative newbie.

Thanks, I did not know about that page!
It does seem a little bit like they followed the form of the Perl cookbook too strictly - subroutines in Groovy is nothing I heard about. Also nothing about metaprogramming.
The admins here won't allow me to post a link to the posting (in another board) here and JavaRanch does not allow attaching PDF documents. If you still are interested in my document, I can send you a (better) link privately.
Best wishes!
Ivan Krizsan
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Oh, yes.
For those who want to download the document, note that there is a new version available and the link is in the fourth post in this thread.
The link in the second post is no longer usable.
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Vyas Sanzgiri
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Can this be put on javaranch page for Groovy so that it is not lost?
Gregg Bolinger
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Vyas Sanzgiri wrote:Can this be put on javaranch page for Groovy so that it is not lost?


We don't appear to have a Groovy FAQ page yet, but feel free to create one and link to the file there.


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Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
I managed to create a Groovy FAQ page, on which I put a link to my notebook.
Thanks to the person who helped out fixing the formatting!
Best wishes!
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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