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def reader = f.newReader()
reader.splitEachLine(' ') { wordList ->
    println wordList
}
reader.close()
// =>
// [ "Mon", "Jun", "18", "22:38:17", "EST", "2007" ]
// [ "RunPattern" ]

Notice that we now have an explicit call to close() in our code. If we didn't code it just right (here we didn't surround the code in a try ... finally block, we run the risk of leaving the file handle open.

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withListOfWordsForEachLine(f) { wordList ->
    println wordList    
}
// =>
// [ "Mon", "Jun", "18", "22:38:17", "EST", "2007" ]
// [ "RunPattern" ]

This is much simpler and has removed the explicit close(). This is now catered for in one spot so we can apply the appropriate level of testing or reviewing in just one spot to be sure we have no problems.