Monday, February 12, 2018

Groovy: Advanced Concepts

Beyond the basic concepts defined to this point, programming languages often implement more advanced concepts.  These can include:
  • Data Abstraction - sometimes known as encapsulation, this is the process of hiding data from the user of a given framework or API.
  • Generic Abstraction - providing common classes that can accept generic data types as arguments
  • Type Systems - the mechanism the programming language uses to defined types and change variables and values between types 
  • Sequencers - these are more advanced flow control and exception handling concepts.
  • Concurrency - the support of performing multiple actions in a simultaneous or simulated simultaneous fashion

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