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GPars provides several ways to run tasks in the background async= hronously.
Groovy provides a lot of the infrastructure enabling efficient functiona= l style of programming. Closures can be stored in variables, passed around = as parameters and return values, composed, memoized, trampolined or applied= partially. GPars adds asynchronicity to the mix. Closures can now be eithe= r synchronous or asynchronous, or, may you wish so, even both at the same t= ime. You can mix synchronous and asynchronous closures in a single calculat= ion without restrictions.
For more details on the Asynchronous computations please visit the Asynchronou= s Invocation section of the User Guide .