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Instructor solution link

Rishal Dev Singh
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where i can get the instructor solution of the assignments ..........can somebody send me the links for that
Henry Wong
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As with your other topic, this is the Ranch Office forum -- which is for questions for the discussion of Javaranch/Coderanch itself. Please post topics in the correct forum.

http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/CarefullyChooseOneForum

Unfortunately, I don't know where to move this question. Perhaps it would be a good idea to contact the publisher of your programming book -- and see if there is an instructor's edition.

Henry

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Henry Wong
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Oh I see.... based on your other question...

http://www.coderanch.com/t/585568/java/java/Assignment-oop

You are looking to purchase the solutions for the Javaranch cattle drive.


I guess we can leave the question here.... and have one of the JR cattle drive intstructors answer this question.

Henry
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Actually, paying doesn't get you the solutions. You only get those when you write the code yourself. Paying will get you someone to guide you towards the solution, hinting what should change and what shouldn't, and providing a dialogue.

But the complete instructor's solution? Not given until YOU provide YOUR solution and pass all their nit-pickery (i just made up that word), and then only for the one problem.


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