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Hi,

I keep doing of examples on different machines and then loose them over the time.

Is there is online free storage location/repository where i can store the java programming code so that i can retrieve and refresh my memory, examples.

Please advise.
Any links resources ideas highly appreciated. Thanks in advance
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There are many free online storage services available. For example UbuntuOne, Dropbox, or m$'s skydrive which you get with a free hotmail account should do fine. All those services give you plenty of space which you'll never fill up with a little bit of code.
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