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Rauhl Roy
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may i know if you have any idea of site names and URLs for practicing J2SE? i want to bresh up both logic and concepts.

many thanks in advance,
rahul
 
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The Java tutorial comes to mind.
 
Rauhl Roy
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thanks for help but do not need tutorials
 
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Rauhl Roy wrote:thanks for help but do not need tutorials


You need to frame your question properly.

What you need is a Webserver that provides java code hosting

this might help: java hosting webserver
 
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Hi Rauhl,

Since for J2SE no webserver is needed to try something, maybe you did think of something like this:

Javala

It's like a Java tutorial, but with exercises...


John
 
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John Bengler wrote:Hi Rauhl,

Since for J2SE no webserver is needed to try something, maybe you did think of something like this:

Javala

It's like a Java tutorial, but with exercises...


John


He probably means J2EE
 
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There is a site called javabat.something with some awkward algorithms to write on. That will strain your brain, if you find the correct spelling
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:
There is a site called javabat.something with some awkward algorithms to write on. That will strain your brain, if you find the correct spelling



JavaBat
 
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John Bengler wrote:JavaBat
Thank you.
 
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here is a pretty awesome list of ideas, I recall another one and will keep looking for it for you and will post it after I find it.

http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/showtopic78802.htm

This is a pretty extensive list for now though.
 
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I found the one I was thinking of
http://mindprod.com/project/projects.html
Have fun!
 
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Here is what I'm working on;

http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073047023/student_view0/project_assignments.html

It is a list of projects that start at the very beginning of programming through to the beginnings of programming with Java GUI. I used this book with my first two programming courses and have gone back to the beginning and started reprogramming them all in GUI.
The book is AWESOME! I use it more than Head First Java(HFJ), because I prefer the straight forward explanations and examples, but it does not seem to go as deep as HFJ does.

regardless the examples are universal, and when the Air Force allows me more personal time I intend on signing up for the cattledrive!

Hope these posts have helped you!
Al
 
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Al Fraelich wrote:Here is what I'm working on;

http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073047023/student_view0/project_assignments.html

It is a list of projects that start at the very beginning of programming through to the beginnings of programming with Java GUI. I used this book with my first two programming courses and have gone back to the beginning and started reprogramming them all in GUI.
The book is AWESOME! I use it more than Head First Java(HFJ), because I prefer the straight forward explanations and examples, but it does not seem to go as deep as HFJ does.

regardless the examples are universal, and when the Air Force allows me more personal time I intend on signing up for the cattledrive!

Hope these posts have helped you!
Al


thanks alot
 
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Rauhl Roy wrote:may i know if you have any idea of site names and URLs for practicing J2SE? i want to bresh up both logic and concepts.

many thanks in advance,
rahul


Try Project Euler. It doesn't focus on Java specifically, but it definitely has a lot of logical exercises.
Project Euler

Knock yourself out!
 
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Riaan Nel wrote:
Rauhl Roy wrote:may i know if you have any idea of site names and URLs for practicing J2SE? i want to bresh up both logic and concepts.

many thanks in advance,
rahul


Try Project Euler. It doesn't focus on Java specifically, but it definitely has a lot of logical exercises.
Project Euler

Knock yourself out!



may i know where can i get solutions?
 
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Rauhl Roy wrote:
may i know where can i get solutions?

You are supposed to work out the solutions yourself. That is the whole point in learning isn't it?
 
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Rauhl Roy wrote:
may i know where can i get solutions?

Sure. You just have to submit a correct answer to a problem, then you can get access to a bunch of solutions.
 
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I might have interpreted the question wrong, but what about Google App Engine? You can host J2EE applications there for free
 
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