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# Introduction/Goal
1. To exercise and learn Jdk 8, Spark, RxJava
2. Learn using sample code

# demonstrates

[You can find this package here](/src/com/ai/learning/lambda/example1)

[Link to a file](/src/com/ai/learning/lambda/example1/
1. Instantiated interfaces as lambda functions. (Single method interfaces)
2. Parameters to lambda functions
3. Passing around lambda functions
4. Default methods
5. Static values in interfaces
6. Basic syntax of Lambda functions
7. Scope of lambda functions
8. Target typing and type inference
9. Avoiding types and parenthesis
10. Gentle introduction to a supplier

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[relative link text]  (../a/b)

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var s = "JavaScript syntax highlighting";
s = "Python syntax highlighting"
print s
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