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Does Groovy follow Tennent's Correspondence Principle?
Here's an interesting discussion of Tennent's Correspondence Principle, and a brief description from Neal Gafter: The principle dictates that an expression or statement, when wrapped in a closure ...
Oct 27 '11 at 13:30
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