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I know java basic oops concept but I do not know tricky programming in oops.  RSS feed

 
jacob deiter
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I know java basic oops concept but I do not know programming in depth in oops.I like to know where I can find java questions(puzzle)???
 
W. Joe Smith
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I am not exactly sure what you are asking, but I would refer you to Head First Java by Sierra & Bates for some quality Java learning. If you more experienced perhaps the SCJP guide by the same Sierra & Bates would be good for you. Even if you aren't studying it does give you some good lessons on Java and programming!
 
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The Deitel "How to" books have exercises after each chapter. We have a few questions on the Ranch here. Look for javabat (can't remember the link, but it should be easy to find on Google) for questions about algorithms.
 
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