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I am looking for a web site with good examples of using Java code in it.
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by:objects
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Sun's Java tutorial contains lots of good examples and covers the major aspects of the language and it api's.
And you can download it to use offline.

http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/


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go to java.sun.com n go to java developer connection n register there its free !

Go to the code examples link there. u will get many examples there !

with source code

Thanx

Rohit
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surendraboppana earned 100 total points
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hi dburton ,
        check the follwoing sites


1.www.jfind.com
2.www.jscape.com
3.www.coffeebreak.com




best wishes

   surendra
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by:dbrunton
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http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/memberProfile.jsp?mbr=surendraboppana

The first link was good.  
The second one was not what I wanted and the third was totally unrelated.

I think I have stated the question poorly so I'll rephrase it.

A friend of mine wishes to develop a web site.  He asked me to find examples of Java code used  on web sites.

For example the link

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/memberProfile.jsp?mbr=surendraboppana

gave shows examples on how to use Java to authenticate mail addresses.  This is probably the sort of stuff he is interested in.
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by:surendraboppana
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Sorry for the last URL,

 what i actually wanted to write was

www.oreilly.com/catalog

it contains all the examples appearing in different oreilly publications.


it contains excellent material esp. on servlets,jsp,xml which would u help in web designing.u ought to visit this site


www.oreilly.com/catalog/jservlets
www.oreilly.com/cata/javaxml  and so on..


with reagrds

Surendra
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by:dbrunton
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I'll leave this question open for a while to allow others to contribute.
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by:objects
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If he wants some Java tickers then have a look at:
http://www.objects.com.au/products/tickersrus

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