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J2SE

This probably isn't up to Click 'n' Hack's standards, but here's a fun little Java 5 puzzler for a Thursday afternoon. NOTE: For those in the dark, Click and Hack are really Neal Gafter and Joshua Bloch. They have a little skit they do at conferences where they present java code puzzlers. Alright, we've had Java 5 for a while now and have had a good chance to get up to date with our new language...
on Aug 10, 2006