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I am doing self-study on JAVA. Can I have some links, to practice JAVAprovgramming. I am more interested in programming questions topractice.Thanks for your help.Velu
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vels wrote:>I am doing self-study on JAVA. Can I have some links, to practice JAVA>provgramming. I am more interested in programming questions to>practice.Had you checked out Sun's Java Tutorial?  Each sectionhas a group of questions at the end, but they are often general questions, rather than actual coding exercises.-- Andrew Thompsonhttp://www.physci.org/Message posted via http://www.javakb.com
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vels <velusawme@gmail.com> writes:> I am doing self-study on JAVA. Can I have some links, to practice JAVA> provgramming. I am more interested in programming questions to> practice.Roedy has put together a rather nice list of learning exercises. They'reeven rated according to difficulty.    <http://mindprod.com/project/projects.html>sherm---- WV News, Blogging, and Discussion: http://wv-www.comCocoa programming in Perl: http://camelbones.sourceforge.net
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