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Groovy's Syntax.

 
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Hi Ken,

I have worked in groovy for 2 months for my project related requirement. It was a great fun for me. But I want to ask that how is it possible to know or learn groovy programming syntax? As in if I want to learn all the basic syntax of groovy, as groovy compiler compiles the java code also I always write Java syntax for quick development then I come to know that there is very short way to write the same thing using groovy syntax. I am aware of the groovy documentation, but does your video fulfills all the basic coding syntax's of groovy that is used regularly?

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Ishan Pandya
 
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I would certainly like to believe that my video course will give you all the basics of Groovy syntax.

That said, the documentation at http://groovy-lang.org is very good. The language specification at http://groovy-lang.org/documentation.html summarizes most everything, and contains lots of examples. You'll also find the Groovy API docs there (http://groovy-lang.org/api.html) and those for the Groovy JDK (http://groovy-lang.org/gdk.html).

Good luck!
 
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