The String class in Groovy has the tokenize() method as a convenient way to tokenize a String or character sequence and return the result as List of String. The given String or character sequence is delimited by whitespace as a default, or can be used passing delimiter as a paramater. Below are some examples on how to use Groovy String's tokenize() method.
Enum was introduced in Java to represent a fixed set of constants. Since Groovy is a superset of Java, Enums are also supported in the Groovy programming language. Groovy also adds some enhancements to make working with Enums easier. Below are some examples on how to work with Enums in Groovy.
Groovy supports a quick way of declaring a list of sequential values using Ranges. In Groovy, a Range can be defined using the .. or ..< notation to declare a list of sequential values. Below are some examples.
Groovy String has a split() method as a convenience method to split a String or character sequence and return the result as Array of String. The given String or character sequence is split by whitespace as a default, or the given delimiter. Below are some examples on how to use Groovy String's split() method.
A Set is a collection of objects where all elements are unique and with no duplicates. The elements are not ordered and there are no repeating values. This is a very important data structure on certain programming scenarios. Below are some examples on how we declare and manipulate Sets in Groovy.
Sometimes, it is not enough to parse or create XML documents. There are times when we need to edit an XML information for further processing. Below are examples on how to modify or edit existing XML document.
Parsing XML information is common to many projects. We showed int he previous post on how to parse XML documents using XmlSlurper. This post will focus on giving examples on how to parse documents using XmlParser.