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Question Java syntax - fn decl within a parameter

Throught the book, i can see an extensive use of fn/class declaration withing a parameter.
for example:

    cancelButton.setOnClickListener(new View.OnClickListener() {
      public void onClick(View view) {
        setResult(RESULT_CANCELED, null);
Can someone link me to a guide explaining the nature of this style?! (how does it named for googeling? since when it is used by Java?)
Up until now, i was not very familiar with such coding style and i seem to lack information about whether it is good/bad or what scope and capabilities it hides.

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