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Combine two lists in Groovy

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Kết hợp hoặc nối hai hay nhiều danh sách được cho rằng xuất hiện khá thường xuyên trong lập trình. Bài báo này cho bạn biết cách để kết hợp hai danh sách trong ngôn ngữ Groovy theo những cách khác nhau.

Combine lists with addAll

The java.util.ArrayList.addAll(Collection<? extends E> c)  method appends all of the elements from the specified collection (the second list) to the end of the current list (the first list), in the order that they are returned by the specified collection’s Iterator.

def fruits = ["Apple", "Banana", "Cherry"]
def newFruits = ["Pear", "Plum", "Strawberry"]
println fruits

The output looks like the following

[Apple, Banana, Cherry, Pear, Plum, Strawberry]

Combine lists using the plus operator

Naturally we can think about the plus operator when combining two lists. The plus operator will return a new list containing all the elements of the two lists while and the addAll  method appends the elements of the second list to the end of the first one.

def fruits = ["Apple", "Banana", "Cherry"]
def newFruits = ["Pear", "Plum", "Strawberry"]
println fruits + newFruits

Obviously, the output is the same as the one using addAll method.

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