Implement lambda expressions from the perspective of a couple of standard design patterns.
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With the inception of Eclipse Luna, Java developers get a full-featured, Java 8-compliant IDE to try their hand at lambda expression. Read on to learn how to use lambda expression in your regular programming.
Manoj Debnath shows you how to get started with Lambdas with code snippets using Eclipse Luna as the IDE.
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