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Abhay Agarwal
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Hi
do we have JLS for Java 8 Lambdas available (in HTML/PDF/DOC/ZIP format)?
I am not able to find it in Oracle website.

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You didn't look very far

http://docs.oracle.com/javase/specs/
 
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I'm sure creating this topic required more effort than just doing this...
 
Abhay Agarwal
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Hi Tim and Roel

Thanks for the quick reply.
I was looking for any specific JSR for Lambdas. for example - like we have JSR/specifications for JPA, Servlet, EJB, Web services etc.

I am looking for JSR of Lambdas because I am searching for 1Z1-810 (Java 8 Upgrade exam) objectives related to Nashorn Engine, Lambdas.
JLS 8 do not provide good details of Lambdas (at least do not provide the content I am looking for).

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Abhay Agarwal wrote:I am looking for JSR of Lambdas because I am searching for 1Z1-810 (Java 8 Upgrade exam) objectives related to Nashorn Engine, Lambdas.
JLS 8 do not provide good details of Lambdas (at least do not provide the content I am looking for).

And you really never heard of Google? It's quite a famous search engine. JSR of Lambdas and jsr of scripting for java (the Nashorn engine is the default ECMAScript (JavaScript) engine bundled in your JDK).
 
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