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    I must admit... when I started learning Java about six months ago, initially I was tempted to look for answers all over the web... taking the time to learn a problem is more fulfilling and better for the programmer in the long run... I think novice programmers tend to look for quick solutions rather than actually learning... programming is a strict discipline to learn... thanks for this article.. it keeps me on the path on becoming an expert in the field of programming...

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