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Places with source code of java applications?

 
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Hi, i'am just a newbie learning java and many times when i have doubts i search google and with an example i can get going. However as i learn more things i started to notice that code gets complicated, without much organization, now i have to think how all the classes will intereact with each other.
So i'd like to know if there is sites out there with java code of applications so that i can take a look at it and see how other people do it and what i'am doing wrong. I think exposure to code from other people would be really beneficial for me at this particular moment but i'am not aware of the existence of such sites.
Appreciate any help, Chris.
 
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You can browser tranding Java projects on github. You will see a range of coding styles from very good to bad, but it's a way to see what other people are doing.
 
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