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Core Java for the Impatient - Where are the answers to the execrises?  RSS feed

 
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Hello All,

I am working my way through the latest Core Java for the impatient by Cay Horstmann. Does anyone know if there exists possible solutions to the purposed exercises? and if so where I could fine them? (added because I know someone will reply.... but of course they exist.)

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Bob,
Cay didn't provide "official" answers. At least one person posted "student" answers on github. For example, see here. And of course, you can ask here at CodeRanch about a specific exercise you are unsure of.
 
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Thank you Jeanne,

So far I created answers to the exercises that seem to work, I was really just looking for something to compare my solutions to. I will check out the link you provided and I appreciate the assist. I know I can count on JavaRanch.

Take care

Bob
 
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