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Java Programming Challenges/exams

 
Yohan Weerasinghe
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Hi all,

I am seeking some web sites which contains JAVA programming challenges / free exams / exercise, and which gives us marks/ranks when we complete the challenges. I am talking about sites like CodingBat.com , BlackbeltFactory etc and not about tutorial sites or example sites. Please let me know such sites. Please help.
 
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You must be searching first for similar queries posted before.
Also, you can check out- Codechef.com, topcoder.com programmableweb.com (for mashups competitions).
 
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Mohamed Sanaulla wrote:You must be searching first for similar queries posted before.
Also, you can check out- Codechef.com, topcoder.com programmableweb.com (for mashups competitions).


Thanks for the reply. I logged into that CODECHEFF.COM and did the first question. But unfortunatly, it seems like they have some problem. For the following code, they gave me COMPILE ERROR!!

 
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Hey, Anyone knows something similar to this?

http://www.javaranch.com/java-college.jsp
 
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I think there certain naming convention you should follow for your class name. I think it should be named as Main, am not sure though. The rules should be available on Codechef site.
 
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Mohamed Sanaulla wrote:I think there certain naming convention you should follow for your class name. I think it should be named as Main, am not sure though. The rules should be available on Codechef site.


WOW!!! Thanks a lot!! It worked!!

Unfortunately I should have asked this question before this. Because, I hvae already lost some reputation because of that issue..

Thanks a LOT!!!
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