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I am trying to study for the cert test (aren't we all) and after taking the SL-275 class from Sun I was feeling kinda good... until finding out that it would really help to understand binary stuff... right and left shift operators, when does the sign change, etc... Does anyone know of a good place to go to take a 'tutorial' on all things binary? I would appreciate it!!

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Hi Amy!
Try this link. http://www.javaranch.com/campfire/StoryBits.jsp
Hope this helps!
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Preparing for the Java 2 Certification exam
 
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I GET IT!!! Thank you so much for pointing me in the right direction... although some people might view the 'lesson' as a cheesy, I found it very helpful... Wonder what people will think when I start drawing mice on scratch paper for the test??
Thanks again!!
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Hehehhe! Your welcome!
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