Groovy++ – Groovy goes Scala

Groovy is a dynamic language for the Java Virtual Machine. But its runtime metaprogramming capabilities require dynamic dispatch. Dynamic dispatch is slow and does not allow compile time checks. Groovy++ tries to combine Groovys expressive syntax with statically typed code, one of the advantages Scala offers.

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