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Ajay Bhargov
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hi,

i just want to know as to where we will get the sample examples for all the java classes. I am not able to find examples for all the frequently used methods in the classes. One such site that i have found is the Java Almanac, but that too does not contain examples for all classes. So could anyone of you please post some of the good links to the java site.

The packages for which I need examples are :-
java.util
java.lang
java.lang.reflect
java.sql
java.beans
java.io

Could anyone of you send me the examples. They can also mail it to my id
ajay_bhargov@rediffmail.com or they could also post the links here. Posting the links would be appreciated as everyone would get to know the links which may help them in the future.
 
Igor Stojanovic
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Hi,

you can check these links:

1.Collected Java Practices

2. javagalaxy

3. Source bank

4. REALS How To

5. Acknowledge Snippets

6. Java Programming Notes

7. Java Cookbook

8.KickJava




kind regards
Igor
[ March 10, 2005: Message edited by: Igor Stojanovic ]
 
Jeroen Wenting
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There's over 6500 classes and interfaces in the core language (though some are not public).
Do you really expect someone to send you detailed examples for each and every one of them?
 
Ajay Bhargov
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hi,

Thanks for replying.
 
Surasak Leenapongpanit
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IMO, Java Almanac has many usefull examples and those are sufficient for me.
 
Ajay Bhargov
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hi,
What is IMO???
 
James Carman
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It means "in my opinion." Check

this out.
 
Layne Lund
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you should check out Sun's Java Tutorial for examples of many of the most commonly used classes.

Layne
 
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