Return type  Name and parameters 

Set

asImmutable()
A convenience method for creating an immutable Set. 
Set

asSynchronized()
A convenience method for creating a synchronized Set. 
Set

asUnmodifiable()
Creates an unmodifiable view of a Set. 
Set

each(Closure closure)
Iterates through a Set, passing each item to the given closure. 
Set

eachWithIndex(Closure closure)
Iterates through a Set, passing each item and the item's index (a counter starting at zero) to the given closure. 
boolean

equals(Set other)
Compare the contents of two Sets for equality using Groovy's coercion rules. 
Set

findAll()
Finds the items matching the IDENTITY Closure (i.e. matching Groovy truth). 
Set

findAll(Closure closure)
Finds all values matching the closure condition. 
Set

flatten()
Flatten a Set. 
Set

grep()
Iterates over the collection returning each element that matches using the IDENTITY Closure as a filter  effectively returning all elements which satisfy Groovy truth. 
Set

grep(Object filter)
Iterates over the collection of items and returns each item that matches the given filter  calling the Object#isCase(java.lang.Object)
method used by switch statements.

Set

intersect(Iterable right)
Create a Set composed of the intersection of a Set and an Iterable. 
Set

intersect(Iterable right, Comparator comparator)
Create a Set composed of the intersection of a Set and an Iterable. 
Set

leftShift(Object value)
Overloads the left shift operator to provide an easy way to append objects to a Set. 
Set

minus(Iterable removeMe)
Create a Set composed of the elements of the first Set minus the elements from the given Iterable. 
Set

minus(Object removeMe)
Create a Set composed of the elements of the first Set minus the given element. 
Set

minus(Collection removeMe)
Create a Set composed of the elements of the first Set minus the elements of the given Collection. 
Set

plus(Iterable right)
Create a Set as a union of a Set and an Iterable. 
Set

plus(Object right)
Create a Set as a union of a Set and an Object. 
Set

plus(Collection right)
Create a Set as a union of a Set and a Collection. 
List

split(Closure closure)
Splits all items into two collections based on the closure condition. 
addAll
, addAll
, addAll
, asBoolean
, asImmutable
, asSynchronized
, asType
, asUnmodifiable
, collectNested
, each
, eachWithIndex
, find
, find
, findAll
, findAll
, flatten
, getAt
, getIndices
, grep
, grep
, inject
, inject
, intersect
, intersect
, isCase
, leftShift
, minus
, plus
, plus
, plus
, removeAll
, removeAll
, removeElement
, retainAll
, retainAll
, split
, toListString
, toListString
, toSet
, unique
, unique
, unique
, unique
, unique
, unique
any
, asCollection
, asList
, asType
, average
, average
, bufferedIterator
, chop
, collate
, collate
, collate
, collate
, collect
, collect
, collect
, collectEntries
, collectEntries
, collectEntries
, collectEntries
, collectMany
, collectMany
, collectNested
, collectNested
, combinations
, combinations
, contains
, containsAll
, count
, count
, countBy
, disjoint
, drop
, dropRight
, dropWhile
, each
, eachCombination
, eachPermutation
, eachWithIndex
, every
, findIndexOf
, findIndexOf
, findIndexValues
, findIndexValues
, findLastIndexOf
, findLastIndexOf
, findResult
, findResult
, findResults
, first
, flatten
, flatten
, getAt
, groupBy
, groupBy
, groupBy
, head
, indexed
, indexed
, init
, inits
, intersect
, intersect
, isEmpty
, join
, last
, max
, max
, max
, min
, min
, min
, minus
, minus
, multiply
, permutations
, permutations
, plus
, plus
, size
, sort
, sort
, sort
, sort
, sort
, stream
, sum
, sum
, sum
, sum
, tail
, tails
, take
, takeRight
, takeWhile
, toList
, toSet
, toSorted
, toSorted
, toSorted
, toSpreadMap
, toUnique
, toUnique
, toUnique
, withIndex
, withIndex
A convenience method for creating an immutable Set.
A convenience method for creating a synchronized Set.
Creates an unmodifiable view of a Set.
Iterates through a Set, passing each item to the given closure.
closure
 the closure applied on each element foundIterates through a Set, passing each item and the item's index (a counter starting at zero) to the given closure.
closure
 a Closure to operate on each itemCompare the contents of two Sets for equality using Groovy's coercion rules.
Returns true if the two sets have the same size, and every member
of the specified set is contained in this set (or equivalently, every member
of this set is contained in the specified set).
If numbers exist in the sets, then they are compared as numbers,
for example 2 == 2L. If both sets are null
, the result
is true; otherwise if either set is null
, the result
is false
. Example usage:
Set s1 = ["a", 2] def s2 = [2, 'a'] as Set Set s3 = [3, 'a'] def s4 = [2.0, 'a'] as Set def s5 = [2L, 'a'] as Set assert s1.equals(s2) assert !s1.equals(s3) assert s1.equals(s4) assert s1.equals(s5)
other
 the Set being compared toFinds the items matching the IDENTITY Closure (i.e. matching Groovy truth).
Example:
def items = [1, 2, 0, false, true, '', 'foo', [], [4, 5], null] as Set assert items.findAll() == [1, 2, true, 'foo', [4, 5]] as Set
Finds all values matching the closure condition.
assert ([2,4] as Set) == ([1,2,3,4] as Set).findAll { it % 2 == 0 }
closure
 a closure conditionFlatten a Set. This Set and any nested arrays or collections have their contents (recursively) added to the new Set.
assert [1,2,3,4,5] as Set == ([1,[2,3],[[4]],[],5] as Set).flatten()
Iterates over the collection returning each element that matches using the IDENTITY Closure as a filter  effectively returning all elements which satisfy Groovy truth.
Example:
def items = [1, 2, 0, false, true, '', 'foo', [], [4, 5], null] as Set assert items.grep() == [1, 2, true, 'foo', [4, 5]] as Set
Iterates over the collection of items and returns each item that matches
the given filter  calling the Object#isCase(java.lang.Object)
method used by switch statements. This method can be used with different
kinds of filters like regular expressions, classes, ranges etc.
Example:
def set = ['a', 'b', 'aa', 'bc', 3, 4.5] as Set assert set.grep( ~/a+/ ) == ['a', 'aa'] as Set assert set.grep( ~/../ ) == ['aa', 'bc'] as Set assert set.grep( Number ) == [ 3, 4.5 ] as Set assert set.grep{ it.toString().size() == 1 } == [ 'a', 'b', 3 ] as Set
filter
 the filter to perform on each element of the collection (using the Object#isCase(java.lang.Object) method)Create a Set composed of the intersection of a Set and an Iterable. Any elements that exist in both iterables are added to the resultant collection.
assert [4,5] as Set == ([1,2,3,4,5] as Set).intersect([4,5,6,7,8])By default, Groovy uses a NumberAwareComparator when determining if an element exists in both collections.
right
 an IterableCreate a Set composed of the intersection of a Set and an Iterable. Any elements that exist in both iterables are added to the resultant collection.
assert [3,4] as Set == ([1,2,3,4] as Set).intersect([3,4,5,6], Comparator.naturalOrder())
right
 an Iterablecomparator
 a ComparatorOverloads the left shift operator to provide an easy way to append objects to a Set.
def set = [1,2] as Set set << 3 assert set == [1,2,3] as Set
value
 an Object to be added to the Set.Create a Set composed of the elements of the first Set minus the elements from the given Iterable.
removeMe
 the items to remove from the SetCreate a Set composed of the elements of the first Set minus the given element.
removeMe
 the element to remove from the SetCreate a Set composed of the elements of the first Set minus the elements of the given Collection.
removeMe
 the items to remove from the SetCreate a Set as a union of a Set and an Iterable. This operation will always create a new object for the result, while the operands remain unchanged.
right
 the right IterableCreate a Set as a union of a Set and an Object. This operation will always create a new object for the result, while the operands remain unchanged.
assert [1,2,3] == [1,2] + 3
right
 an object to add/appendCreate a Set as a union of a Set and a Collection. This operation will always create a new object for the result, while the operands remain unchanged.
right
 the right CollectionSplits all items into two collections based on the closure condition. The first list contains all items which match the closure expression. The second list all those that don't.
Example usage:
assert [[2,4] as Set, [1,3] as Set] == ([1,2,3,4] as Set).split { it % 2 == 0 }
closure
 a closure condition