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Sharpen your pencil exercises in Headfirst Java

 
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Hi,

Does anyone have the complete set of solutions to the "Sharpen your pencil" exercises in Headfirst Java? The PDF on the whickedlysmart website only contains the first half?

Cheers,

Robert.
 
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Hi Robert, welcome to Javaranch!

I'm going to move your post to a different forum where the authors of HF Java are more likely to see your question.

Hang on...
[ July 17, 2006: Message edited by: Pauline McNamara ]
 
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Thanks Pauline, hi Robert,

Teachers asked us not to provide answers to all of the "sharpens" - the book is often used as a textbook, and this helps teachers by providing built-in testing and/or homework examples.

Robert, we hope you enjoy the book.

Bert
 
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Is there a particular web forum for Head First Java?
I've read through Head First HTML and have checked out the forums at http://www.headfirstlabs.com but there isn't one for Head First Java.

I also checked out http://www.wickedlysmart.com/ and found no forums.

I know that there are forums here for various topics regarding java and OO which gets mentioned in the book but I was wondering if there was a particular forum just for the book.

Thanks.

-Mike
 
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Hi Michael, welcome to Javaranch!

No, there isn't a forum especially for Head First Java. For specific questions about Java you're probably best off posting them in the Java In General forums (beginner/intermediate). For more general stuff about the book (like who is that babe on page ...?! or when is the next edition finally coming out? ) you're probably better off here in the Bunkhouse Porch. Whatever you do, though, you'll be taken care of.
 
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ok, thank you!
 
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Bert Bates wrote:Thanks Pauline, hi Robert,

Teachers asked us not to provide answers to all of the "sharpens" - the book is often used as a textbook, and this helps teachers by providing built-in testing and/or homework examples.

Robert, we hope you enjoy the book.

Bert



And we ask you to please provide a solution for all "sharpens".If instructors wont prepare homworks on their own , who will?
thanks
 
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Martin Jansen,
Your post was moved to a new topic.
 
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