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Groovy 1.0 and 1.1 do not support normal Java inner classes (you can hav= e such classes only in Scripts or you can code them in Java of course).
In many cases though, you don't need them. Here is a Groovy 1.1 example = which shows you how to construct a class on the fly which implements severa= l interfaces. This would be a prime example where you would typically use a= n inner class in Java. In Groovy we don't have to: