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Jill Wilson
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I am a Java Beginner studying for the SCJP. I've been trying the code snippets from the books, but would like to see the entire code of a somewhat larger java program than these books provide. Can anyone help ?
Also, I would like to execute a java program from an HTML web page. Can anyone help me to set that up ?
Marilyn de Queiroz
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The Deitel books like Java How To Program by Harvey M. Deitel, Paul J. Deitel, for example, are chock full of code examples, full programs that take several pages each.


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Dirk Schreckmann
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Also, I would like to execute a java program from an HTML web page. Can anyone help me to set that up ?
Are you perhaps wanting to learn Java Applets? If so, you might want to mosey on over to The Writing Applets Trail of Sun's Java Tutorial.
Otherwise, what did you have in mind exactly?


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Dirk Schreckmann
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I am a Java Beginner studying for the SCJP. I've been trying the code snippets from the books, but would like to see the entire code of a somewhat larger java program than these books provide. Can anyone help ?
(Allow me to recycle a recent post...)
If you're looking for examples, you might want to mosey on over to The JavaRanch Codebarn, take a look at Paul's new project, Jenny the db code generator, or head on over to SourceForge - a great site with lots of open source projects that come in handy. And don't miss out on all J2SE source code located in the src.jar or src.zip file of many J2SDK installations.
 
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