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What to Code? #1
I am an intermediate programmer in Java, and can with enough time probably code most things that don't require too many graphics (fuck graphics in Java)
My question is what would be some things to do as projects for myself, or ways to improve in the language. I'm going up for Java exams in a couple months and I feel lost as to what to make in order to study, other than just doing test problems.

Thanks for reading.
(This post was last modified: 04-16-2018, 02:24 AM by Rikka Takanashi.)

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RE: What to Code? #2
(04-16-2018, 02:20 AM)Rikka Takanashi Wrote: I am an intermediate programmer in Java, and can with enough time probably code most things that don't require too many graphics (fuck graphics in Java)
My question is what would be some things to do as projects for myself, or ways to improve in the language. I'm going up for Java exams in a couple months and I feel lost as to what to make in order to study, other than just doing test problems.

Thanks for reading.

You could try making your own bytecode interpreter.. That would really teach you about how Java works

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RE: What to Code? #3
(04-16-2018, 05:03 AM)phyrrus9 Wrote: You could try making your own bytecode interpreter.. That would really teach you about how Java works

That sounds rather interesting! I'm gonna look into it, thank you very much.

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RE: What to Code? #4
(04-16-2018, 08:33 PM)Rikka Takanashi Wrote:
(04-16-2018, 05:03 AM)phyrrus9 Wrote: You could try making your own bytecode interpreter.. That would really teach you about how Java works

That sounds rather interesting! I'm gonna look into it, thank you very much.

I would suggest you read up on Jazelle and ThumbEE, which are both ARM technologies that were intended to be able to execute Java bytecode at the processor level (without a JVM)

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RE: What to Code? #5
If you're just trying to expand your knowledge, it doesn't have to be a non-existing project. You can easily do some coding challenges and see how easy you can solve them and if it's difficult you can always learn it.

Now I don't know much challenge sites out of my head, but here is a website that has a blog post about different programming challenges websites.

https://medium.freecodecamp.org/the-10-m...8a5672d22f
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