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An equivalent for codeProject in our world

mohsen fakhari
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Hi
We've all seen codeproject.com.
It's a complete heaven for C++ programmers:almost unlimited source codes you can use to do almost every thing.
It is a pitty if we have not such a thing here,in our java world.
Do you know any equivalent for codeproject in Java world?
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Ulf Dittmer
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Although Ilja put a smiley next to his answer, he makes a good point. It's not often that you can't find Java source code for some particular problem with the help of Google. Throw SourceForge and Apache into the mix, and you've got oodles of excellent code to work with.


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mohsen fakhari
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OK
I found something else myself:
http://java-source.net
It's a good site
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Mohsen,
There are also some more specific sites for which you can search code. See my list.


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I've used krugle a couple of times. For a number of languages it returns code results, as well as related resultslike Code snippets from safari books online and tech pages.
Jesper de Jong
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http://sourceforge.net is a very well-known place where a lot of open source projects are hosted. It's not code snippets like on The Code Project but there's a lot of open source code there. It's also not only Java, but there is a lot of Java code.

Also have a look at http://java.net - there are a lot of open source projects there, including the JDK itself which has now been open sourced: https://openjdk.dev.java.net
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Jesper de Jong
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I just found this website that looks a little bit like The Code Project, but which contains lots of Java code: http://www.java2s.com/
Armen Demirjian
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Hello ...

I hope that the following sites help ...

http://javaboutique.internet.com/javasource/
http://java-tips.org/
http://www.idevelopment.info/data/Programming/java/PROGRAMMING_Java_Programming.shtml

Good luck ...
 
 
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