[Edu-sig] collection of exercises

Kirby Urner urnerk at qwest.net
Sun Aug 8 06:36:31 CEST 2004


An example of what you're looking for might help.


I've seen exercises to be solved in any language (left to the students to
choose which), in the context of a competition for programming teams (high
schoolers).  But I don't know if this would be at all in the ballpark.






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There are a lot of tutorials and references on the Net, but I somehow much
miss some examples/exercises that are in my view necessary for full and deep
understanding of explained matter.


I have in mind exercises for non-university-people where are practised
either single structures of a language or generally understood exercises
that could be then solved in any language.


Do you know any?

Pavel Kosina




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