The Daily Java is based is a levelled set of questions in ascending order of difficulty. Students can attempt more than one question a day, particularly at the beginning where the questions are easier, however, it is better to do little and often than to attempt to complete a big block all at once.
Question blocks are published roughly once a week. Answer blocks are published roughly a week after the questions. They are intended to be a model of good practice, sometimes introducing new concepts of an appropriate level. Students should always look at the answers, even if they’ve successfully completed the questions.
You might learn something new. And if you think you have another way of solving the problem, please post it in the comment section, that way we might all learn something new, too.
Follow this link to find out about the Rationale and the question levels behind the Daily Java
- 8 – Strings and Characters
- 7 – Methods (Level 5)
- 6 – Nesting (Level 5)
- 5 – String Problems
- 4 – Arrays (Level 3)
- 3 – Loops (Level 3)
- 2 – Selection (Level 2)
- 1 Input and Output (Level 1)