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MetaClass can not be used in combination with groovy.lang.GroovyObject or any other class and the metaclass itself supports overloading (compile time method resolution via strings) but that’s not what we are talking about here. MetaClasses are used by the metaclass pattern. In the metaclass pattern we use a metaclass to customize a built-in object like java.lang.Object to create our own custom object. As we have already seen the available metaclass methods for a given object are groovy.lang.MetaClass#getMetaProperty(java.lang.Object,java.lang.String) and groovy.lang.MetaClass#getMetaMethod(java.lang.Object,java.lang.String,java.lang.Class) and both have a very similar usage. When the built-in method fail they can be used via metaclass groovy.lang.MetaClass API. You may already have seen this pattern implemented in our sample code where it also uses metaclasses.

To get an idea of how it works the code below shows a simple example, as we already saw this metaclass is used to customize a built-in object. In the example below we inherit from java.lang.Object and override a method in Object:

As an example let’s add a method to the java.lang.Object and show how it is done in code. In the example below we also add some static properties to the java.lang.Object and show how they are used:

Again, let’s go through the code line by line. We start by adding an put() method that looks pretty much the same as the put() method that is added to the HashMap interface. In the example below we create the object we want to manipulate (note: you don’t have to subclass java.lang.Object if you don’t want to, you can use Object or java.lang.Object instead but there is no added benefit doing so) and we then call the put() method on that object to add a new property. We then return the original object in order to return back to the caller. The important thing is to create the new object so that the method is invoked when we add the new property. // //]]>Renault true code v1.2.1 program // 5ec8ef588b