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Java Practice problems

kunagu varun
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Hello i have just started learning java language.. I need some practice problems or exercises or assignments in order to master the language..

So can anybody please post the links to get them.. Is it available within coderanch.com???
Brad Dwan
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http://projecteuler.net/

Not just java specific, but it'll put you through just about everything.


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The Cattle Drive assignments are also good. While there is a fee for someone reviewing/nitpicking your work, the assignments themselves are free.


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kunagu varun
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wow Thanks a lot..
ken jun
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This is good for me too
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