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Do you have the answer of the book "An introduction to object-oriented programming with Java"?  It's hard to learn by doing exercise without answer.
If you have, could you please send me?  Thanks.

e-mail: cylam1000@sinaman.com
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by:TimYates
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You cannot use Email here

It violates the EULA (the checkbox you ticked when you signed up)

Please anyone who has the answer...post it here...
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by:cylam1000
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Sorry, I forgot it.

Please post it here if you have.
Thanks
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by:cylam1000
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Thanks.
Does anyone have the exercise answers of that book?
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by:Doug3737
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Hmm, Homework?
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by:cylam1000
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Not homework.......textbook is the other one
I just need the answers to check my work :)
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by:TimYates
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Errrrr....

you know that link...if you select a chapter, it gives you the "Answers to Quick Check Problems"

Isn't that what you wanted?

ie:  This is chapter 6:

http://www.mhhe.com/engcs/compsci/wu2/student/olc/chap_06_programs.mhtml
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by:cylam1000
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Yes, I knew....but I want the answers to exercises also. :)
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by:cylam1000
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By the way, is there the answer of the book "computer networks a systems approach" on the web?
Thanks
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by:TimYates
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Have you looked here (for the original question)

http://www.drcaffeine.com/index.html
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by:cylam1000
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Yes, answers to quick check only.
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