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Print all properties of a Groovy object
println object.properties
.sort{it.key}
.collect{it}
.findAll{!['class', 'active'].contains(it.key)}
.join('\n')
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HopefulLlama commented Mar 16, 2016

Based on:
http://padcom13.blogspot.co.uk/2009/12/groovy-dumping-objects-properties.html

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25/12/2009 🎄

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HopefulLlama commented Mar 16, 2016

It can sometimes be useful to remove 'class' from line 4, if you are interested in the class of the object too.

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