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Explicit argument can be lambda

Reports method calls that accept a non-trivial expression and can be replaced with an equivalent method call which accepts a lambda instead.

Converting an expression to a lambda ensures that the expression won't be evaluated if it's not used inside the method. For example, optional.orElse(createDefaultValue()) can be converted to optional.orElseGet(this::createDefaultValue).

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Java, 233.SNAPSHOT

Last modified: 13 July 2023