JavaBat.com is a Web site that contains a large number of
short, focused Java exercises. Problems are divided into categories such as String-1
(String manipulation exercises) and Logic-1 (conditionals and boolean logic
exercises). Each problem provides a small description and then
requires you to enter the code into a method skeleton. When you click on the
your code is automatically compiled, executed, and graded in the page.
If you are looking for a good way to brush up on your basic programming skills (e.g., conditionals, loops, String manipulation), completing exercises on this site is a great way to go. To encourage you to make use of this resource, I will award up to 20 points of extra credit to be applied to you lowest homework grade. Each problem that you solve correctly will be worth 1 point, up to the limit of 20 points (although you are encouraged to solve more problems if you have time).
To receive the extra credit, you must create an account at JavaBat.com and list me as your instructor (email@example.com). That way, I can review your answers and keep track of how many you have solved. Two important restrictions: