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Groovy example source code file (Groovy1059_Bug.groovy)

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Java - Groovy tags/keywords

closure, closure, groovy-1059, groovy1059_bug, groovy1059foo, groovy1059foo, groovytestcase, i, i, method, method, object, todo

The Groovy Groovy1059_Bug.groovy source code

package groovy.bugs

 * TODO: GROOVY-1059
 *    Accessible to a closure attribute of an abject with the operator ".@".
 *    For examples, all of the expressions
 *            object.@closure()
 *            object.@closure.call()
 *            object.@closure.doCall()
 *            (object.@closure)()
 *    have the same meaning.
 * @author  John Wilson
 * @author  Pilho Kim

class Groovy1059_Bug extends GroovyTestCase {

    void testClosureAsAttribute() {
        def x = new Groovy1059Foo()

        println( x.say() )
        println( (x.@say)() )
        println( x.@say() )  // TODO: Groovy-1059 should work
        println( x.@say.call() )
        println( x.@say.doCall() )
        println( x.@say2() )

        assert "I am a Method" == x.say()
        assert "I am a Method" == x.@say2()
        assert "I am a Closure" == (x.@say)()
        assert "I am a Closure" == x.@say()
        assert x.@say() == (x.@say)()
        assert x.@say() == x.@say.call()
        assert x.@say() == x.@say.doCall()
        assert x.@say() != x.say()
        assert x.@say2() == x.say()


class Groovy1059Foo {

    def public say = { it -> return "I am a Closure" }
    def public say2 = this.&say

    public Object say() {
       return "I am a Method"

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